Sophie Mae has accepted Barr's marriage proposal, and they're trying to keep her mother, Anna Belle, from taking over their no-fuss, no-muss wedding plans. But when Mom finds a cryptic suicide note that Sophie Mae's brother wrote two decades earlier, Sophie Mae reluctantly makes a trip back to her hometown of Spring Creek, Colorado, to suss things out.
As she pokes around in other people's business while learning the finer points of artisan cheese making, a murderer strikes -- with a glass bottle of milk. Soon, Sophie Mae discovers that aging cheese isn't the only thing in Spring Creek that doesn't pass the smell test.
"Fans of Rosemary Harris and Maggie Sefton will appreciate McRae's crafty series." -- Library Journal
"Likeable characters and an easy-to-follow plot that doesn't require knowledge of previous entries in the series are a plus." -- Publishers Weekly
"This series continues to add depth to its engaging cast of characters, and the home crafting details remain a delight and an inspiration." -- Booklist
"The writing is sharp and skilled and Sophie Mae is an appealing, smart character." -- RT Book Reviews (4 1/2 stars)
"Witty, suspenseful, and very engaging, Something Borrowed, Something Bleu is a winner." -- The Coloradoan