I'm back to cozies this week with A Tine to Live, A Tine to Die by Edith Maxwell.
This is the first book in a series, and I actually read the second one last spring because the author offered me an ARC. It's actually interesting seeing how some of the relationships from that book develop in this one. Yet some parts of it are still fuzzy enough and I can't quite remember how that second book ends. I may have to read the last couple of chapters of book two to remember where story arcs are before book 3 comes out.
But that's beside the point of today's post. Let's start where the book starts:
Cam hung the pitchfork on the back wall of her antique barn with a tired hand.
And from page 56:
A twig snapped behind her. Her heart sped up to warp speed. She whirled.
My goal is to finish the book today. I'm far enough along that it shouldn't be too much of an issue.