Lilies That Fester

Lilies That Fester When Flower Shop owner Bretta Solomon leaves her hometown of River City Missouri and heads for a florist convention in Branson she s surprised to find a letter from Vincent and Mabel McDuffy slippe

  • Title: Lilies That Fester
  • Author: Janis Harrison
  • ISBN: 9780312983178
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Flower Shop owner Bretta Solomon leaves her hometown of River City, Missouri, and heads for a florist convention in Branson, she s surprised to find a letter from Vincent and Mabel McDuffy slipped under her hotel room door, begging for help The McDuffys seem to know of Bretta s success as an amateur sleuth around River City, and that, coupled with their admiration foWhen Flower Shop owner Bretta Solomon leaves her hometown of River City, Missouri, and heads for a florist convention in Branson, she s surprised to find a letter from Vincent and Mabel McDuffy slipped under her hotel room door, begging for help The McDuffys seem to know of Bretta s success as an amateur sleuth around River City, and that, coupled with their admiration for Bretta s late husband, a police officer, has inspired them to ask Bretta to find out what happened to their daughter, who died of a heart attack a few months ago The trouble is, Bretta can t find the McDuffys after leaving her several messages at the hotel, they seem to have vanished And although she s curious to track them down and find out exactly what they want her to do, she s got her hands full already running the design contest at the annual florist convention, coping with back stabbing competitors and suspicious colleagues.

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    One thought on “Lilies That Fester”

    1. This was my first "cozy mystery" and I found it to be a delightful, breezy read. I would have liked a little more challenge in the plot since I figured out the killer and motive half way through, however I did read to the end to see how the protagonist would discover the truth. I was glad I did - the climax had some creative twists that kept my attention. It was also a bit difficult for me to identify with the protagonist - I preferred her elderly side-kick instead - but that may be because I st [...]

    2. Interesting setting on this one--I've never been to a convention, and since I only read about murders there, I might decide to stay home!anyway, it was an interesting story with pretty good characters, but I think it could have been a lot better.

    3. I read the first third and the last third of this book. I skipped the middle entirely, and I didn't miss anything except maybe some frustration from dealing with the vagaries of the writing.

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