A knock-off show of antiques roadshow comes to Hemlock Falls, and with it - trouble. Some B&Es in town, obnoxious visitors, and a show-down cook-off.
I really enjoy this series and it is like joining old (if tempermental) friends. And I thought it was interesting that the murder was very late in the book. So much character and scene building - it was a nice change. I am not one that holds to the axiom that the murder must happen within the first few chapters. Done well is done well and THIS was done well. I did NOT see the killer's identity and motive coming...
And I have to say that when a hustler tried to buy Quill's own painting as a fake at a ridiculously low price - I just had to laugh!