The third book of the Farm to Fork series finds Angie and her restaurant staff helping to serve a meal at the River Vista mission. There, Annie and Hope, her trainer meet Daniel Monet, a visiting culinary instructor who is later found dead. Ian thought he recognized him under another name and leaves for England without telling Angie that he is going. Hope's fingerprints are found at the MURDER scene and she becomes a person of interest in the Monet's death. Sheriff Brown refuses to the Angie any information on his nephew, Ian and invited Angie to Sunday dinner at his home. The goat, and then that Angie adopted are still around and St. Bernard, Dom had almost reached his height and can reach items on the cabinets.
Felicity new boyfriend is running a homeless shelter in the area and expects her to be his assistant at all time causing problems at the County Seat restaurant.  Hope might be arrested if no other suspect is located. I highly recommend this book and series.
Recipes are included.
Disclosure: Thanks to Lyrical Underground for a copy through NetGalley. The opinions expressed are my own.

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5 Responses to #ONE POTATO, TWO POTATO, DEAD by Lynn Cahoon

  1. I love the people of the County Seat. Their support of each other makes the book a must buy and the lives of the individuals draws me closer with every book I read. The mysteries are fun and intriguing as in any of Lynn Cahoon’s books.

  2. lghiggins says:

    Good review. I’m looking forward to reading this!

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