In this delicious follow-up to Murder on the Rocks, ruthless developers, annoying guests, a new ghost, and a former fiancÚ are stirring this up on Cranberry Island--not to mention the cold-blooded murderer on the loose.  Things reach a boiling point when Natalie's best friend Charlene is named the prime suspect in the case.  Can Natalie solve the murders and keep her best friend out of prison? Or has the killer got something cooked up for Natalie?
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Natalie Barnes is trying to make ends meet in her first year running the Gray Whale Inn bed and breakfast on Cranberry Island in Maine.  When things start going bump in the night, she isn’t sure what is going on.  Candy is staying at the Inn and driving Natalie crazy following her around to learn all she can about running a bed and breakfast so she can start one on the mainland.< Then her former fiancÚ shows up and makes like very confusing.

Add to that murders and developers that seem to stop at nothing, and you have Natalie’s life on Cranberry Island.  Then when her best friend becomes a murder suspect, Natalie knows she has to do something.  She has no faith in the local police.  Can she solve the murders, keep her best friend out of jail, and save the island without putting herself in harm’s way?

I love this series.  I wish I could go stay at the Gray Whale Inn.  The descriptions of the island and the Inn are so wonderful.< It sounds like a place you could go to get away from everything.  Natalie is a great character as well.  She’s well-rounded and naturally inquisitive.  The recipes and food descriptions will make you hungry!

The author has created plenty of twists and turns to keep the reader guessing.  I highly recommend this book and Murder On The Rocks, the first in this series.

Dawn Dowdle

Clever plotting, charming characters--and, of course, decadent recipes--will leave you hungry for more.

Michele Scott, author of Murder Uncorked

Deliciously clever plot.  Juicy characters.  Karen MacInerney has cooked up a winning recipe for murder.  Don't miss this mystery!

Maggie Sefton, bestselling author of Knit One, Kill Two