Who Moved My Goat Cheese?

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5 out of 5 stars
By Curious on 03-10-18

Goats and murder -- interesting combo

I enjoy Lynn Cahoo's books because they're fluffy enough that I don't have to give my full attention but have enough meat on the bones to make it interesting and just that tad of romance to give some spice to the mixture. This book was recipe made and hit the spot. However, I think I missed something, because when I zoned back in, the characters were talking about taking care of the kids. In a book with goats as the centerpiece, I question the use of that word relating to anything but baby goats. Needless to say, I was confused for a bit until I (virtually) rolled the narration back to where I must have fallen asleep. All in all, Cahoon's latest offering gets a five star because it does what any cozy mystery is supposed to do -- entertains without offense.

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5 of 6 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By JennsPage on 05-17-18

Instance Fan

This was my first Lynn Cahoon book and I loved it. Great characters, well developed setting, and well paced. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of this series.

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Marco on 05-31-18

so nice

I enjoyed all aspects of this book, pleasant surprise I will look for more of this series.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Dorise on 04-29-18

Story ok, performance like listening to a GPS speaking

Story ok, performance like listening to a GPS speaking

I have enjoyed this author’s previous work. The choice of the narrator was very poor. The reading was wooden, like listening to an untrained person reading the news, or like listening to my GPS voice program reading a book. Not a performance, simply someone reading a story with an odd cadence.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Dawn on 04-09-18

Great start to a new series

Lynn Cahoon has crafted an enjoyable book/audiobook with well rounded characters. Randy’s Kaye gave a good performance bringing it all to life.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Debbie on 04-02-18

A Goat, A Dog, and a Recipe for Murder

Returning to the quaint little town in rural Idaho, where she grew up, Angie Turner begins the process of researching and developing recipes so she and her best friend, Felicia could soon open their restaurant, The County Seat. Her grandmother (Nona) had passed away, leaving her home to Angie, and memories of her childhood filled her senses as Angie worked in her Nona's herb garden. But Angie and Felicia find it hard to gain acceptance with the locals at the Farmers' Market, where they hope to buy fresh products for their Farm-to Fork restaurant. A visit to the local goat cheese farmer, Mr. Moss and a close friend of Angie's Nona's, has Angie wondering. But the date they picked for their next meeting never happens. The sheriff visits Angie with the awful news that someone has murdered Old Man Moss. The mystery is just WHO would want him dead? He was old, grumpy, but seemingly harmless . . . he held a grudge with the Farmers' Market leaders who limited his sales at the market . . . and most of the town found him an odd sort . . . but Angie's Nona was a good friend . . . this is an enjoyable tale of a small village with quirky folks . . . a couple of bad eggs . . . and a young woman, come home to settle back into a lifestyle she missed . . . and a smart cookie, too . . . one with a nose for sniffing out a murderer . . .

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