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Death of a Turkey (Mayor Peggy Jean Turner)

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It's Thanksgiving--and it's not just the turkey who's in danger.

As tourists arrive at Cobb's Landing to enjoy an authentic Colonial-style Thanksgiving, mayor Peggy Turner would be thankful for nothing more than a clue as to who killed her neighbor--a clue that didn't point to her.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published August 2nd 2005 by Berkley
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Peggy Jean Turner, mayor of Cobb's Landing, a small New England town, is happy that mysterious banker, Max, has turned their once poor town into a colonial-themed tourist attraction, but is less than thrilled that he wants the town to reenact the first Thanksgiving for the tourists. Although she knows the town needs the money, PJ believes that Thanksgiving should be spent with friends and family. However, PJ is in the minority and she reluctantly agrees to take part in the reenactment. As she is...more
Melanie Jackson
An enjoyable third entry. This is a town I would love to visit-- especially at Thanksgiving. These books have the tiniest suggestion of something supernatural afoot but are lovely-- if short-- cozies.
"Most residents slumbered peacefully; but in more than one bedroom that night, dark deeds were being plotted."
Good mystery - although, for once, I figured out who did it.

This was by far the best of the 3 books, I wish the author would have continued this series.
Fun, easy read. Predictable, but still a fun mystery.
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