POISONED PETALS By Joyce and Jim Lavene

Poisoned Petals (Peggy Lee Garden Mystery, #3)

I have read most of this series and enjoyed it. This book is poorly written and confusing in places. It did add the missing parts to the series.Peggy is slowly recovering from her husband’s death. Peggy visits a friend, Darmus and is there when the house explores. Peggy goes into recused her friend, but she is too late as he is dead. Darmus was head FEED AMERICA. His brother Luther takes over the organization and is later found murdered. Peggy’s parents are visiting her and Steve is becoming important, The botanical information is excellent as always in this series. The Potting Shed is growing. Peggy becomes a forensics consultant to the corner’s office

 

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4 Responses to POISONED PETALS By Joyce and Jim Lavene

  1. mysm2000 says:

    Despite it sounding like a good mystery, I think I’d read it particularly for the gardening tips.

  2. bmary8222 says:

    I’ve not read any of the books in this series, I totally missed it.

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