First in Series- One Foot in the Grove by Kelly Lane

Monday! This week's First in Series is One Foot in the Grove (An Olive Grove Mystery) by Kelly Lane.Released on January 5th. If you don't have this one on your list to read. Add it, you won't be disappointed.









Series: An Olive Grove Mystery (Book 1)
Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Berkley (January 5, 2016)
Language: English


First in a delicious new mystery series about Eva Knox and her family’s Georgia olive plantation.

In the sweet Southern town of Abundance, Georgia, home of the Knox family’s olive farm, gossip isn’t the only thing that can kill you...

After leaving a man at the altar for the second time in her life, Eva Knox decides to head home to her family’s plantation to regroup and soak in some Southern charm. But hiding from her woes is a slipperier proposition than Eva imagined. For one thing, most people in town still haven’t forgiven her for leaving local boy Buck Tanner at the altar and hightailing it up north eighteen years ago. For another, a death on her family’s farm soon makes her the lead suspect in a murder case—and the sheriff investigating is none other than Eva’s old flame Buck.

With the police putting the squeeze on her, it’s up to Eva and her sisters, Pep and Daphne, to figure out who could have possibly left a dead body in their olive grove. And they’ll have to catch the greasy killer quickly—because it looks like Eva has been picked as the murderer’s next victim...



About the Author:


Kelly Lane is the author of the Olive Grove Mysteries, which started with One Foot in the Grove. She lives near Charlottesville, Virginia, and has worked as a writer, editor, and public relations professional. An active member of Sisters in Crime, she participates in professional writing groups and workshops. Kelly enjoys a Southern, agrarian lifestyle that includes preparing locally grown and artisanal foods for family and friends. At any given time, Kelly’s pantry boasts more than a dozen kinds of olive oil, including delicious Georgia varieties. She’d be hard-pressed not to share with you a mouth-watering dish made with her favorite olive oils.

Comments

  1. Thanks for the synopsis on this book...an olive grove? Great theme. I hope the story weaves in some information about olives. I like it when I also learn something. One thing I like about 'cozy' books, I keep Google right close to explore.
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