Publisher: Kensington Books
Reviewer: Virginia Armstrong
In the quaint town of Westbury, Massachusetts, Cameron Flaherty has taken over her Great Uncle Albert’s farm. With the help of the CSA volunteers, many who belong to the Westbury Locavore Club, her venture as organic farmer begins to prosper.
That is until Mike Montgomery, a hired hand, is found murdered. Not only is he found on her property, but with Cam’s pitchfork thrust through his neck.
To clear her name, she must carry out her own investigation, which leads to a vast array of suspects and uncovering a few of the town’s secrets. Going to dangerous lengths, Cam will stop at nothing until the killer is revealed.
A Tine To Live, A Tine To Die did not hold my attention for long. The characters were stiff and the dialogue unconvincing. The story lacked substance, but contained too much filler while the author spent much time on needless explanations. I would probably pass this one by.