Order of Peg Cochran Books
Peg Cochran is an American author of cozy mystery and young adult novels. She writes the Gourmet De-Lite Mysteries, Lucille Mysteries and Cranberry Cove Mysteries series. Peg grew up in New Jersey, outside of New York City. Following college, she lived in New York while managing an art gallery owned by the son of the artist Henri Matisse. However, once she had her first daughter, Francesca, she returned home to the Garden State suburbs where she had her second daughter, Annabelle.
Peg Cochran made her debut as an author in 2012, publishing three different novels that year. Below is a list of Peg Cochran’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Gourmet De-Lite Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Lucille Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Cranberry Cove Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Farmer’s Daughter Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
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Peg Cochran Synopses: Oh, Brother! by Peg Cochran is a standalone novel. Mac Daly’s friends can’t believe she’s going to be writing the love lessons column for their high school newspaper – she has never even had a boyfriend. Mac bets them she can snare Travis Cooper, one of the hottest guys in school. But then Mac discovers that Travis is about to become her stepbrother.
No Farm, No Foul by Peg Cochran is the first book in the Farmer’s Daughter mystery series set on a picturesque farm in Michigan, where Shelby McDonald runs a popular lifestyle and cooking blog. On her blog, The Farmer’s Daughter, Shelby McDonald is growing her audience as she posts recipes, gardening tips, and her experiences raising two kids and running Love Blossom Farm in the small western Michigan town of Lovett. Working the farm is demanding but peaceful – until that peace is shattered when the minister’s wife is murdered on Shelby’s property during a fund-raiser for a local church. But the manure really hits the fan when Shelby’s good friend veterinarian Kelly Thacker emerges as the prime suspect. Shelby decides to dig in and find the murderer by herself. As more suspects crop up, she’ll have to move fast—before someone else buys the farm…