Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press
Published: February 23, 2021
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Shiloh has returned home to Michigan to help her dad with the ailing farm with the help of an investor. What she didn’t expect was to find the investor dead and her dad the main suspect. Can Shiloh save both her dad and the farm?
I finished Farm to Trouble at 4 am. Since then I have been trying to find a way to spin my full review positively. I have loved everything I’ve read by Amanda Flower until now.
- The narrator of the audiobook was definitely not for me. Too monotone. I had to stop listening.
- Shiloh’s dad’s attitude towards her was horrible. So critical of everything. It was hard to read.
- A lot of background information.
- The last 25% of the book was great.
- A secondary mystery was introduced that runs into the second book.
- Enjoyed learning about bird migration and the dangers of wind farms.
I will for sure try the second book. My issues with the book are mine. You may find this is the best cozy mystery you’ve read and I hope you do.
I received a complimentary copy from the publisher, Poisoned Pen Press, through NetGalley. All opinions expressed in the above review are entirely my own.