Hardcover, 292 pages
Published June 7th 2011 by Berkley Hardcover
(first published May 14th 2011)
In the midst of the recession, Jennifer Stroud is having a tough time selling real estate in Fort Connor, Colorado. She is thrilled to find a new client; unfortunately, it's Fred Turner whose reputation as difficult is well known in the community. After Turner agrees to sell some river front property to one of Kelly Flynn's clients, another possible buyer tries to get in on the deal. Jenn and her friend Kelly, who runs her own CPA firm, travel up to see Turner to find out what's going on.
What they find is a dead body. Fred Turner's dead body! For a man with few friends and many enemies including a bitter soon-to-be-ex wife, the list of possible suspects could be extensive. Turner had a reputation for being a cheat so it's no surprise he is dead.
After having gone through a murder investigation the year before, Jenn wants no part in this mess but Kelly, being curious and having a history of being a bit of a "sleuth" wants to find out the truth about who murdered Fred. She is convinced it isn't her client, Arthur Housemann, even though he desperately wanted that piece of property. Between work, hanging out with her knitting friends at the Lambspun shop and getting over her heartbreak at the breakup with boyfriend Steve, will Kelly be able to unravel this mystery and find the true killer or is the murderer just too clever?
Disclosure: A review copy of the book was provided by Berkley in exchange for my honest opinion.
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