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Who Moved My Goat Cheese? by Lynn Cahoon Review

Title: Who Moved My Goat Cheese? Author: Lynn Cahoon

First published March 6, 2018

184 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 3.92


In the heart of rural Idaho, Angie Turner is determined to make her farm-to-table restaurant a success. With the opening night only three weeks away, she and her best friend Felicia are working tirelessly to ensure everything is perfect.

Angie is determined to use only the best local vendors, including the goat dairy farm of Old Man Moss. Despite his cantankerous nature, Moss takes a liking to Angie, and she quickly becomes attached to his kid goat Precious.

However, when a murder occurs on the dairy farm, Angie finds herself in the middle of the investigation, determined to help solve the case and protect Moss’s animals. With her no-nonsense attitude and sharp wit, Angie won’t let anyone get her goat in this thrilling murder mystery.

About the Author

Lynn Cahoon, a highly acclaimed author whose books have graced the bestseller lists of both the New York Times and USA Today, is the mastermind behind a plethora of cozy mystery series, including Tourist Trap, Cat Latimer, Farm-to-Fork, Kitchen Witch, Survivors’ Book Club, and the Haunted Life. Regardless of the setting, readers are in for an enjoyable experience.

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Editoral Review

Lynn Cahoon’s “Who Moved My Goat Cheese?” is a charming and humorous cozy mystery novel that will delight readers of this genre. First published on March 6, 2018, this book is the first installment in the “Farm-to-Fork Mystery” series.

Lynn Cahoon is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who has written more than 40 novels, including cozy mysteries, contemporary romance, and paranormal romance.

The “Farm-to-Fork Mystery” series is set in South Cove, a small town in California known for its farmers’ market and fresh produce. The main character, Angie Turner, has returned to her hometown to take over her grandmother’s restaurant, The County Seat.

She is also in charge of the goat herd that provides fresh cheese for the restaurant. When one of her goats is stolen, Angie sets out to investigate the crime with the help of her childhood friend, Sheriff Brown.

Cahoon’s writing style is engaging and witty, and her characters are well-developed and relatable. The setting of South Cove is vividly described, and readers will feel as if they are part of the community.

The plot of “Who Moved My Goat Cheese?” is well-paced and keeps the reader guessing until the end. The mystery is well-crafted, with enough red herrings and twists to keep readers invested in the story.

Furthermore, the book has a strong emphasis on food and farming, which adds a unique and interesting dimension to the story. Cahoon’s descriptions of the fresh produce, artisanal cheese, and home-cooked meals will leave readers salivating and eager to try out the recipes included in the book.

One potential weakness of the book is that some readers may find the plot to be predictable. However, this is a common issue in cozy mysteries, and Cahoon’s writing style and characters more than make up for it.

Overall, “Who Moved My Goat Cheese?” is a delightful and entertaining cozy mystery novel that will appeal to fans of the genre. It is well-written, well-paced, and has a strong sense of place and community.

The book is also a great choice for readers who are interested in food and farming. I would highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a light and enjoyable read.

Rating: 4/5 stars.