A trendy restaurant has small town Idaho up in arms—and a goat farmer six feet under—in a New York Times bestselling author’s cozy mystery series debut.
Angie Turner is back in her hometown of River Vista, Idaho, ready to open her own farm-to-table restaurant. Together with her friend and business partner Felicia, Angie is lining up vendors from local farmer’s markets to Old Man Moss’s goat dairy farm. Not everyone in the Boise suburb is keen on having a fancy new eatery in town. But the cantankerous Moss takes a shine to Angie, as does his kid goat Precious.
When Angie hears the shocking news that Moss has been killed, she jumps in to mind the man's livestock—and help solve him murder. Now with her grand opening just days away, Angie has grave reservations about her new neighbors. But one thing's for sure, Angie's not about to let some killer get her goat.
I found this a disappointing read. It was all about food and very little about a murder mystery. One star is almost more than sufficient. Other novels by this author have been good. It sure that the next in the series is worth reading.