Murder Most Fowl (Local Foods Mystery #4) (Paperback)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 4 in the Local Foods Mystery series.
- #1: A Tine to Live, A Tine to Die (Local Foods Mystery #1) (Hardcover): Email or call for price.
- #2: 'Til Dirt Do Us Part (Local Foods Mystery #2) (Hardcover): Email or call for price.
- #3: Farmed and Dangerous (Local Foods Mystery #3) (Hardcover): Email or call for price.
- #5: Mulch Ado about Murder (Local Foods Mystery #5) (Hardcover): Email or call for price.
Spring may be around the corner, but organic farmer-turned-sleuth Cam Flaherty will have to set aside her seedlings as she tills the soil for clues in the mysterious death of a local poultry maven . . .
With the birds once again chirping, Cam should be spending her days pruning blueberry bushes and taking care of the new batch of chicks that just hatched. But murder knows no season. When her fellow fowl-raiser Wayne Laitinen is found dead, Cam dons her crime-solving hat and quickly digs up a bounty of motives. Scandal, blackmail, cover-ups. There’s a fox in the hen house. But where? With some help from her off-again, on-again flame, police detective Pete Pappas, Cam will have to crack this case before Wayne’s killer flies the coop forever.
Praise for the Local Foods Mysteries
“Maxwell’s feisty heroine and the interesting background detail on the realities of organic farming blend to deliver a clever, twisting mystery.” —Booklist
“A most enjoyable look at organic farming.” —Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
Agatha-nominated author Edith Maxwell is a former farmer of a certified organic farm, holds Ph.D. in Linguistics, and is a member of Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America. Her short stories have appeared in a number of juried award-winning anthologies, and as Maddie Day she also writes the Country Store Mysteries series. Maxwell lives with her beau and three cats in northeastern Massachusetts, where she works on one of her mystery series when she isn't out gardening or cooking up recipes for the books. Readers can visit her website at www.edithmaxwell.com.