Dead and Berried: 3 Audio CD – Unabridged, 2 May 2017
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- ASIN : B08XZ44KW6
- Publisher : Tantor Audio; Unabridged edition (2 May 2017)
- Language : English
- ISBN-13 : 979-8200654826
- Dimensions : 13.46 x 19.05 cm
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About the Author
Romy Nordlinger is a New York City-based actress. As an audiobook narrator, she has recorded nearly a hundred titles, ranging from romance and self-help to science fiction and mystery. Her television credits include roles on Law & Order and One Life to Live. She is a member and committee head of the League of Professional Theatre Women and has appeared in hundreds of off-Broadway and regional theater productions and readings. She has also done voice-over work for numerous commercials, industrials, and public service announcements.
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Monica Albertson, sister of Jeff, is adjusting to baking delicacies for the Farm's store. Cranberry muffins, cookies, and scones as well as yummy sounding breads, jams, and salsas are featured.
Cranberries need to be Bee pollinated as do another hundred or so crops. Thus, Jeff has to introduce rented bees to the bogs. Cranberries are slightly bitter and local native bees prefer other nectars. It is all going well until the Bee keeper's assistant, Lori is stung to death, or was it murder?
This cozy is filled with information and ship wrecks, as well as human natures being shown.
The ending was what I thought it was going to be, however, there was a twist at the very end that I truly enjoyed. Good read.
In this cozy mystery by Peg Cochran, it's time for the cranberries to be pollinated, but in order to do that Jeff has to rent bee hives so the bees can do their job and buzz among the berry blossoms and pollinate them.
Before long, the bees are mysteriously turned out of their hives and swarm until one person winds up stung to death. Monica and her humorous step-mother, Gina, take on the job of trying to find the perpetrator. It's a good book, an exciting story and some new lessons in cranberry farming.
I really enjoyed learning so much about the cranberries pollination and other facts related to running a cranberry farm. I look forward to the next book in this series.