A Tine to Live, a Tine to Die: A Local Food Mystery #1 – Edith Maxwell

Although this is not a new cozy series, it is new to me. The first book was published in 2013 and there are 5 books in the series.

a Tine to Live, a Tine to Die Book 1 Cover Image

Cam Flaherty has newly taken over her Uncle and late Aunt’s farm, growing organic produce for the locals in Westbury, Massachusetts. She has a co-op of subscribers who come weekly to the farm to pick up their share of fresh produce. Most also volunteer at the farm with the various chores that keep Cam busy every day.

Shortly after Cam had to fire Mike Montgomery, he was found dead in her yard with her pitchfork in his neck, which proves to be a serious situation for Cam and a couple of other suspects. Cam finds herself juggling her farm work, the police, and a possible new romance while trying to get her new farm up and running.

Can she find the killer in time to save her reputation, and the reputation of her farm? This is a quick, fun read that you will be glad you picked up!

You can read more about Edith and her books on her website here: Edith Maxwell Website

What books have you been reading over the past couple of months? Any favorite cozies you would recommend? I look forward to hearing your thoughts!

4 thoughts on “A Tine to Live, a Tine to Die: A Local Food Mystery #1 – Edith Maxwell

  1. Cris July 20, 2020 / 1:07 pm

    Haven’t heard of this series but adding to my list!

    • Angela July 20, 2020 / 1:08 pm

      Hope you enjoy it! She writes as Maddie Day as well and those are fantastic!

  2. JT Twissel July 20, 2020 / 2:57 pm

    I should be reading cozies! Instead I’ve been trying to get through a short-story collection (supposedly the best 100 of the last century) and they are not very cozy!

    • Angela July 20, 2020 / 4:00 pm

      That’s all I’ve been reading for months and months! I read 4.5 in 2 days lol

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