It's Independence Day in Winter Garden, Virginia, and the residents are gearing up for their annual celebration. The Down South Cafe is open and flourishing, and Amy Flowers is busy making pies and cakes for the holiday. The only thorn in her side is the chamber of commerce director George Lincoln, who is trying to buy the cafe so he can tear it down and build a B and B on the site. When George collapses while eating at the Down South, everybody assumes it's a heart attack - until the autopsy declares it to be poisoning. Now it's up to Amy to prove her innocence before her liberty is lost.
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This is a formulaic and typical cozy mystery. It has a sickingly sweet lead characters, a town who loves her and will do anything for her, a small town with offbeat characters and a guy who's relationship with the lead character is rated G. If that's what you want to read, this book is perfect for you. I figured out the murderer halfway through the book and skipped to the end. I'm not going to get the next book.