Suspect (Peachtree Press, 2010) by Kristin Wolden Nitz is a great read for cozy mystery fans. And if you don't know what that means, read her book and you'll get the idea. Here's the set-up:
17-year-old Jen doesn't want to help her grandmother at her Victorian bed-and-breakfast, but when Dad tells her that Grandma Kay thinks Jen's mother is dead instead of having left her daughter and husband, she agrees to go and keep an idea on her grandmother. Unfortunately, the mystery weekend is focused on this family mystery and Jen finds out some unpleasant truths.
On the author's site, Nitz Bits, Kristin has a Blog Hop post on July 2nd, that gives some background to why she wrote this book and her others. And this post talks about what was blooming the weekend that Suspect was set. I love hearing about this attention to detail.