Bernice Hordstrom was just minding her own business on the family farm in Northwest Wisconsin. Then a neighbor makes a gruesome discovery… Join Bernice and her small-town cronies as they try to maintain a normal existence, despite the possibility of a killer amongst them. Never mind that an uppity, state investigator rolls into town from Madison, digging into everyone’s business, especially Bernice’s. She’s already got one man who’s acting owly. She doesn’t need another one sniffing around, does she?
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Head in a Haymow Dairyland Murders
Great story. Plot was good was a fast read,characters were very likable. Had me guessing til the end. Will recommend to friends. However another book with sloppy editing. One character's name was Brook/Brooke. Another's name was Roger but in paragraph was referred to as Randy. There were prepositions out of place, word were when it should've been we're. Picking berries in the spring. Strawberries ripen late May where i live in the midwest. Most others referred to are usually June, which is generally thought of as a summer month. Note to today's authors: i don't begrudge you making a few mistakes and/or using a cheaper publishing house. But manually proof your books, don't rely on spellcheck. Those mistakes do make a difference to your readers. Why? Because I want to relax and enjoy your book not decipher it. Make sense? Thanks!
I really enjoyed reading this book. It kept me hanging. Can't wait to read book 2.