A TINE TO LIVE, A TINE TO DIE
While this is a solid writing effort, Maxwell’s characters are easy to like, but a bit too flat to really stand out. Additionally, the novel suffers from a lack of suspense.
Cameron Flaherty is super busy. It’s harvest time in Millsbury MA, and Cameron is hoping her reinventing of her great-uncle’s farm into an organic paradise will succeed despite her being new to the scene. But when a murder occurs on her property, Cam has to change her focus and suddenly her life is more about finding a killer than making a killing. (KENSINGTON, May, 272 pp., $24.00)
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