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Nightshade (China Bayles Series #16)
     

Nightshade (China Bayles Series #16)

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by Susan Wittig Albert
 

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New York Times bestselling author Susan Wittig Albert takes China Bayles on a trip down memory lane, where one fresh murder and several cold cases force her to face her dark past…
 
China’s herb shop and catering business may be thriving, but she’s still reeling from her father’s death—and isn’t remotely

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Nightshade (China Bayles Series #16) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
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MysticTravel More than 1 year ago
Nightshade is an okay read, but it is not Ms. Albert's best. I know it must be a reach sometimes to come up with one more Chian story; however, sometimes I think China can be so stupid. Does Susan Albert think she has to oversimplify for her readers. Of course, I keep reading them, but I only have 2 more loaded in my NOOK. I think I may bid a fond farewell to China and Ruby and the rest.
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sopranoIN More than 1 year ago
You have to love sarcasm or at least "wit" to love Susan Wittig Albert and of course you have to like a mystery. It might be even better if you enjoy reading about herbs and plants. I enjoyed every moment of this but that is because I often enjoy a book because I like the character.
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ninjamom More than 1 year ago
I have been reading Susan Wittig Albert for years now and I love all of her books. I love her writing style which pulls you right into the story. Every time I pick up a China Bayles mystery, I feel like I'm reading about an old friend. The plots are always unique and interesting. I love it.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My tastes in books and authors runs more towards Kathy Reichs and Elizabeth George, so this was not a good match for me. Might be great for someone liking an easy, non griping plot, much ramblling about side thoughts, and who also likes gardening.
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