Meet Mallory Hemingway, reporter—er, receptionist—for the Harmony Times. Distant cousin to the famous Ernest Hemingway.
She’s got a stuffy, snob of a fiancé, a stubborn mother, and a boss who thinks she’s best left to answering the phones at the paper.
But a hot tip comes in about a strange crop circle at the Farmer’s Farm down the road and Mallory decides to investigate. When she arrives at the scene, she finds a dead body and now she’s neck deep in a mystery.
As Mallory’s investigation leads her from the farm next door to the giants of the agricultural industry, a dramatic tale of intrigue and blackmail begin to appear, but is she getting too close to the truth?
The farther down the rabbit hole she goes, the more she fears for her own life. She promises herself if she solves this case—or even makes it out alive—she’s taking that caretaker job at the Hemingway House down in Key West and starting a new life.
A clean cozy mystery. No graphic violence, sex, or strong language.
Lots of mystery, a touch of suspense, and just the right amount of humor, Mallory Hemingway is the girl you will want to be friends with and hear what her next chapter holds.