The first book of a new series, Farm to Fork. It is fun and relaxing read, good to read on a cold night or take the beach. The characters are developed and attractive and descriptions of the area good. The background is located in Southwest Idaho farming communities. Angie Turner and Felicia Williams closed THEIR restaurant in California as their lease was canceled. Angie Grandmother died and left her the family’s farm near the major town, Boise. Angie lived with her Grandmother until she graduated from high school and this her first trip was home. Like many people when Angie saw a litter of St Bernhard pups, she had one she called Dom. Angie found a new-born goat, Precious wondering on hiking trails. The owner was found dead below the cliffs. Angie becomes involved with the investigation to keep her mind occupied while doing the next necessary work on the restaurant startup. The killer is easy to recognize but the motive was hidden until it revealed. There are a number of twists and turns that will keep me reading until the end.
I have lived in the area a major portion of my life. It was great to see this area described accurately. Often it is not. Lynn did an outstanding job bringing this area to life. I will definitely read another book in the series. I highly recommend it.

Disclosure: Many thanks to Kensington Books for a copy for review. The opinions expressed are my own.

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1 Response to WHO MOVED MY GOAT CHEESE by Lynn Cahoon

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I liked this book too. Thanks for sharing your review.

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