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Town in a Maple Madness

by B. B. Haywood

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The imminent arrival of spring has the locals gearing up for their sweetest celebration ever-the first annual Maple Madness Weekend. Along with maple sugar house tours, a community-wide marshmallow roast, and a weekend-long pancake breakfast, restaurants will be serving up special maple syrup dishes. But the weekend festivities are put in jeopardy when things start to get sticky . . . One of Candy's friends is accused of stealing sap from a rival's sugar maple trees, and landscaper Mick Rilke is found dead, floating down the river wrapped up in a fisherman's net. As Candy taps into Mick's life, his unsavory side comes to light, as well as a possible connection to both crimes. Now it's up to Candy to follow the flow of suspects to a cold-blooded killer . . . Includes delicious recipes! Praise for the New York Times Bestselling Candy Holiday Murder Mysteries… (more)
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Town In A Maple Madness is the 8th book in the A Candy Holliday Mystery series.

Another exciting story featuring Candy and her dad, Doc, and their friends in Cape Willington, Maine.

Spring is near and sap is running and the residents of Cape Willington are looking forward to the Maple Madness Weekend and the opening of a renovated warehouse that will be used as a community center. But as the crowd is beginning to assemble for the opening ceremonies the crowd needs to be dispersed as the body of a local landscaper, Mick Rilke, has just been pulled out of the river close by. Just the day before, Hutch Milbright informed Candy that her neighbor and friend, Neil Crawford has been stealing sap from his trees. Candy begins to look at Milbright’s trees and at Crawford’s property and begins to think that someone had been tapping his trees, but she is sure that it wasn’t Crawford. As she is following recent tire tracks she soon believes that the two events might in some way be related. But she needs to find out soon before another attempt is made on her life.

Another well- written story from B. B. Haywood with most all of regularcharacter coming back once again.

Delicious recipes are also included with the book.

Looking forward to the next book in the series. ( )
  FredYoder | Apr 7, 2017 |
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The imminent arrival of spring has the locals gearing up for their sweetest celebration ever-the first annual Maple Madness Weekend. Along with maple sugar house tours, a community-wide marshmallow roast, and a weekend-long pancake breakfast, restaurants will be serving up special maple syrup dishes. But the weekend festivities are put in jeopardy when things start to get sticky . . . One of Candy's friends is accused of stealing sap from a rival's sugar maple trees, and landscaper Mick Rilke is found dead, floating down the river wrapped up in a fisherman's net. As Candy taps into Mick's life, his unsavory side comes to light, as well as a possible connection to both crimes. Now it's up to Candy to follow the flow of suspects to a cold-blooded killer . . . Includes delicious recipes! Praise for the New York Times Bestselling Candy Holiday Murder Mysteries

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