Her grandfather has been found dead after a break-in at his shop—and the police believe he was murdered. Now Ruth has been named the heir to Grandpa Thom’s clock shop, the Cog & Sprocket, in the small Berkshire town of Orchard, Massachusetts. As soon as she moves into the small apartment above the shop and begins tackling the heaps of unfinished work, Ruth finds herself trying to stay on the good side of Grandpa’s bossy gray cat, Bezel, while avoiding the step-grandmother she never wanted. But as old secrets and grudges start to surface, Ruth will have to kick into high gear to solve the killer case before someone else winds up dead…
Why is J. A. Hennrikus blogging for Henery Press?
I am one of the contributors to Writes of Passage, which was published by Henery Press. I was delighted to blog for them recently. I’m a big fan of Henery, the people involved, and their brand.
Anything else to fess up to?
Nothing much—I’m a big fan of social media, and am on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. I love being part of the mystery writing community and really appreciate this thoughtful interview.