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  It only takes one...  A murder A resident of small-town Visberg is found decapitated A festival A grim celebration in a cultish hilltop community after the apple harvest A race against time As Visberg closes ranks to keep its deadly secrets, there could not be a worse time for Tuva Moodyson to arrive as deputy editor of the local newspaper.  Powerful forces are at play and no one dares speak out. But Tuva senses the story of her career, unaware that perhaps she is the story… I'm delighted to be hosting the blog tour for Bad Apples today. Many thanks to Will Dean, Point Blank and Anne Cater from Random Things Tours for inviting me and for my advance copy of the novel. When we first met Tuva Moodyson, she couldn't wait to escape Gavrik but over the course of the series she's changed and now the small town she still calls Toytown has become her home. Bad Apples can easily be enjoyed as a standalone but I recommend reading the previous books to follow Tuva's development o

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