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Best New England Crime Stories 2013: Blood Mo. . .

Edited by Mark Ammons, Katherine Fast, Barbara Ross and Leslie Wheeler
Level Best Books
11/09/2012
Noir and nuanced   Hideous and hilarious       Happy, sad, and barking mad-Anything can happend under a Blood MoonLevel Best Books' tenth anthology presents thirty-one tales from New England's dark side written by the region's most acc. . .
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A Tine to Live, a Tine to Die

Edith Maxwell
Kensington Publishing
05/28/2013
It's the start of the farming season in Westbury, Massachusetts, and geek-turned-novice farmer Cameron Flaherty hopes to make a killing selling organic produce. A colorful Locavore club belongs to Cam's farm-share program. But when a killer strikes on her property, her fi. . .
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'Til Dirt Do Us Part

Edith Maxwell
Kensington Publishing
05/27/2014
The produce is local--and so is the crime--when long-simmering tensions lead to murder following a festive dinner on Cam Flaherty's organic farm. It'll take a sleuth who knows the lay of the land to catch this killer. But no one ever said Cam wasn't willing to get her hands . . .
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Farmed and Dangerous

Edith Maxwell
Kensington Publishing
05/26/2015
Snow is piling up in Westbury, Massachusetts. Unfortunately murder seems to be the crop in season. Supplying fresh ingredients for a dinner at an assisted living facility seems like the least of Cam’s worries—until one of the elderly residents dies after eating some of h. . .
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Murder Most Fowl

Edith Maxwell
Kensington Publishing
05/31/2016
Spring may be just around the corner, but a cold-blooded killer has put the big chill on the residents of Westbury, Massachusetts. It looks like organic farmer-turned-sleuth Cam Flaherty will have to set aside her seedlings for the time being as she tills the soil for clues . . .
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Mulch Ado About Murder

Edith Maxwell
Kensington Publishing
05/30/2017
It’s been a hot, dry spring in Westbury, Massachusetts. As organic farmer Cam Flaherty waits for much-needed rain, storm clouds of mystery begin to gather. Once again, it’s time to put away her sun hat and put on her sleuthing cap . . .
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