Dead and Berried (Gray Whale Inn Mystery )
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In this delicious follow-up to Murder on the Rocks, developers have returned to Cranberry Island. This time, they're planning to wipe out a natural cranberry bog, along with the islands namesake berries, to build a luxury subdivision. Natalie Barnes isn't sweet on the idea of commercial interests souring their cozy oasis, but the single innkeeper has other problems on her plate: a withering relationship with her best friend Charlene, the sudden appearance of her ex-fiancee with a tempting proposal, and eerie bumps in the night suggesting the Gray Whale Inn is haunted. Worst of all, there's a killer on the loose, picking off people like ripe fruit. When Charlene's lover the handsome chaplain with a stake in the development is stabbed to death, Natalie promises to find the murderer for her grief-stricken friend, who's also the number one suspect.
I bought this book from a used book store in Woodstock, Georgia. I enjoyed the first book in this series: Murder on the Rocks, so I'm looking forward to reading this one.
Another great read in this series. The main character Natalie Barnes is great. The only thing I didn't like was how she tried to make a decision about her love life, going back and forth, but other than that it's a great book.