Christina Freeburn  |  November 2012

Former US Army JAG specialist, Faith Hunter, returns to her West Virginia home to work in her grandmothers’ scrapbooking store determined to lead an unassuming life after her adventure abroad turned disaster. But her quiet life unravels when her friend is charged with murder, and Faith inadvertently supplied the evidence. So Faith decides to cut through the scrap and piece together what really happened. With a sexy prosecutor, a determined homicide detective, a handful of sticky suspects and a crop contest gone bad, Faith quickly realizes if she’s not careful, she’ll be the next one cropped.

$15.95 (msrp) Trade Paperback — ISBN-13: 9781938383069

$2.99 (msrp) ebook — ISBN-13: 9781938383076

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“Christina’s characters shine, her knowledge of scrapbooking is spot on, and she weaves a mystery that simply cries out to be read in one delicious sitting!” — Pam Hanson, Multi-Published Women’s Fiction Author

“This was a great read that had me reading non-stop from the moment I turned the first page. The author did a good job in keeping me in suspense with plenty of twists and turns and every time I thought I had it figured out, the author changed the direction in which the story was headed. What intrigued me most is Faith’s past and how it played in her approached to the clues she uncovered. The writing flowed easily and I liked the cast of characters in this charming whodunit. Christina has written an enjoyable story and I look forward to learning more about Faith and her friends.” – Dru Ann Love, Dru’s Book Musings

“Witty, entertaining and fun with a side of murder…When Murder hits Eden West Virginia Faith Hunter will stop at nothing to clear the name of her employee who has been accused murder. Will she find the real killer before it is too late. Read this Sensational read to find out!” – Shelley Giusti, Shelley’s Book Case

Cropped To Death is a cozy mystery that exceeds expectations….Freeburn has crafted a mystery that does not feel clichéd or cookie-cutter….it’s her sense of humor that shows up in the book, helping the story flow, making the characters real and keeping the reader interested.…And she promises more Faith Hunter books—I hope she writes fast!” – Cynthia McCloud, Scrapbooking is Heart Work Blog

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