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Nightshade on Elm Street (Flower Shop Mystery Series #13)

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  • Posted November 6, 2012

    Nightshade On Elm Street is the 13th book in the A Flower Shop s

    Nightshade On Elm Street is the 13th book in the A Flower Shop series from Kate Collins. And a wonderful series it is too.

    Abby Knight is busy dealing with her Mother and future Mother in Law, who want to take over the planning of Abby and Marco's wedding. Soon Abby is getting a call from her crazy cousin Jillian asking for help in locating Abby's ex fiancé current fiancé. Needless to say this isn't on Abby high priority list, but Pryce is willing to pay extra for them to look into the missing girlfriend, and Marco says they do have a honeymoon that could benefit from extra dollars.

    Off they go to the beach home of the Osborne family. They soon learn that the couple had had a fight and had broken off the engagement. The guests at the home include Lily ,the girlfriend prior to Abby, who still has a strong attraction to Pryce, her husband who has an attraction to the fiancé. There's also a loony couple who live next door, whose area of expertise is gossiping and having martinis. Soon there is a body of a woman who washes ashore. The body is soon identified as Lily. Now Abby and Marco need to sort out if it is her husband who has tired of his wife love for Pryce, or Pryce who has tired of Lily's trying to become part of life again, or maybe the missing girlfriend killed her, or possibly one of the loony neighbors, who have accused her of stealing a very valuable watch.

    Wonderful series with a fun cast of characters and a well told story. Looking forward to the next book.

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