Thursday, March 1, 2018

Who Moved My Goat Cheese? by Lynn Cahoon

Angie is opening a new restaurant in town and she wants to buy local produce for The County Seat.  She's making it a farm to table restaurant and hopes it will attract tourists as well as the town folk.  When she goes to meet the goat farmer who makes cheese, he's a bit grumpy until she befriends a baby goat.  Then she and her dog make a new friend.  The awful part is that he is dead the next day...

Lyrical Underground and Net Galley allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published March 6th.

Angie ends up on the suspect list because she visited him the morning before he died.  They think it might be an accident but it turns out to be murder.  She doesn't like being a suspect; it's not good publicity for her new restaurant.

With a couple of men interested in her, developing new recipes and putting staff together she doesn't have a lot of time to investigate.  But she does what she can.  What she finds is that there are a lot of people who didn't like him.  Her list of suspects keeps growing.  But she's missing the most important one...

This was a very good cozy mystery that was well bodied, had a interesting mystery and the beginning of a new relationship.  I liked it a lot and would read more in this series.  After all, she adopted the little goat.  I would have, too.

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