Bernard Woodruff should have known better than to expect anything but disaster from a visit to his wife@12@s indolent but good-natured brother, Snooky.@95@#160; In a cabin in the Vermont woods, the irrepressible Snooky rhapsodizes about the simple pleasures of country living while preparing gourmet meals and falling in love with Sarah Tucker, a young woman whose family life is anything but simple.@16@@95@#160;@95@#160;@95@#160;Bernard@12@s depression at being away from home only deepens after he meets Sarah@12@s assortment of relatives.@95@#160; There@12@s a wealthy widowed aunt with a much younger admirer, an eccentric nature-loving spinster, a young photographer, and a blustering hunter, none of whom Bernard finds at all to his liking.@95@#160; But when Bernard never likes anyone, as his wife, Maya, keeps pointing out in an attempt to save Snooky@12@s bruised feelings.@16@@95@#160;@95@#160;@95@#160;Bernard is still grumbling when he stumbles on a corpse in the woods.@95@#160; It turns out to be the remains of the young man who had just become engaged to Sarah@12@s rich aunt, and everyone in the family falls under suspicion.@95@#160; Against his will, Bernard is drawn into the murder investigation.@95@#160; By the end, he and Snooky join forces to track down an elusive and unlikely killer.
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