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Bad Pick (Brie Hooker Mystery,#3)

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Vegan Brie Hooker lives and works with her feisty Aunt Eva at Udderly Kidding Dairy, a hop, skip, and jump away from South Carolina's Clemson University. Brie's fun farm outreach attempt backfires when religious extremists decide goat yoga is a form of devil worship.

Believing one of the zealots might be persuaded to see reason, Brie's free-wheeling friend Mollye con
Kindle Edition, 270 pages
Expected publication: April 16th 2019 by Henery Press
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Jan 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This humorous series continues to be excellent with the third book of Brie Hooker. Brie is a vegan and plans on opening a B&B for vegans and vegetarians. She is working with her Aunt Eva at the Udderly Kiddering
Dairy. Brie decided to add a yoga class working the baby goats into the exercises. The Religious Right is picking the Dairy as devil worshipers.
Brie has a tasting meal with dishes from Vegan menu. The invitees become sick after eating the meal and one dies. She is accused of murderi
Jan 23, 2019 rated it really liked it
A goat farm, goat milk, goat cheese, and goat yoga (yep, it is a real thing:, along with a right-wing Christian cult that met near the Udderly Goat Farm, are combined to make the foundation for a lively cozy mystery. A series of murders appear at first glance to implicate Brie Hooker and the real culprit must be discovered before she becomes the next victim.

The story is readable and enjoyable - making for a great Spring read. As expected, Henery Press has commissioned an
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A native of Iowa, Linda has called the South home for more than forty years.

Linda's romantic suspense novel, LIES: SECRETS CAN KILL, is set in 1938 in Keokuk, Iowa, her hometown. LIES proves there are great stories to be told in every era and every town.

In October, Linda's new Brie Hooker Mystery series will debut. The humorous cozy series is set in a fictitious county near her current home in U