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An Unthymely Death and Other Gardening Mysteries

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  • Posted April 20, 2009

    it was okay

    I orintonaly skipped this book when finishing the series but went back and bought it for the recipes in it. the short stories were okay

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2005

    Another enjoyable China Bayles release

    This series is fun! Love learning about another herb as the story unfolds. Enjoy the recipes. The characters are realistic and the scenery comes alive.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Great anthology

    Fans of the China Bayles mysteries, staring a former lawyer turned herbalist and restaurant owner, have a special treat in store for them this time around. Author Susan Wittig Albert has written a ten-story collection starring the protagonist doing what she does best: solve crimes. Readers are also introduced to her best friend and business partner Ruby Wilcox, who often plays the part of the sidekick and China¿s beloved husband, former homicide detective Mike McQuaid, who still can¿t resist taking part in a criminal invitation.<P> In addition to the stories, each one exciting and fast-paced, the reader is introduced to herbal lore and some mouth-watering meals using herbs found in China¿s very own garden. The short story format is just as potent as the novel length tales that fans expect from Ms. Albert. For fans this is a treat but for newcomers this is a delightful introduction to one of the more endearing mystery genre characters.<P> Harriet Klausner

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