Are the anonymous postcards the McAfees have received for months something to worry about? Corrie thinks so, but husband Roy won't take the situation seriously. An ex-cop turned P.I., Roy isn't sharing his thoughts about the identity of the sender. Corrie's equally concerned about their adult daughter, Linnette, who moved back to Cedar Cove to work in the new medical clinic and is making a fool of herself over a co-worker instead of dating horse trainer Cal Washburn. What's a wife and mother to do?

Being back in Cedar Cove is always a pleasure, rather like spending an evening with old friends. This installment of Macomber's popular series has the right mixture of drama and humor, with even a few surprises for the faithful reader. (Sep., 384 pp., $7.50)
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer