Book Description: When innkeeper Natalie Barnes volunteers to host the Cranberry Island Clambake at the Gray Whale Inn, she's looking forward to good food, good friends -- and maybe even a bit of good press. The day is perfect and the event as smooth as Natalie's crème anglaise -- until a mysterious illness grips several islanders, and the police finger the inn's blueberry pies as the culprit. Will Natalie sniff out the source of the poisoned pies before she -- and the Gray Whale Inn -- end up in hot water?
My Review: Sometimes it can be hard to really get into a short story; that is certainly not the case here. It's been awhile since I've had the pleasure of reading a new Gray Whale Inn book, and this sweet little tale drew me right back to beautiful
. I wished I was at Natalie's
clambake, feeling the ocean breeze and tasting her yummy baked goods. This is a
perfect appetizer for anyone who has yet to try this delicious series. Cranberry Island