A Tough Nut to Kill

A Tough Nut to Kill

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by Elizabeth Lee
     
 

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Lindy Blanchard has devoted five years of her life to saving the pecan trees on her family’s farm—but someone is going to deadly lengths to see that she fails…

Riverville, Texas, is pecan country, and the Blanchard family farm is famous for its acres of tall pecan trees and the delicious pies and cookies sold at the Nut House, the aptly

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Overview

Lindy Blanchard has devoted five years of her life to saving the pecan trees on her family’s farm—but someone is going to deadly lengths to see that she fails…

Riverville, Texas, is pecan country, and the Blanchard family farm is famous for its acres of tall pecan trees and the delicious pies and cookies sold at the Nut House, the aptly named family store. Miss Amelia, Lindy’s feisty grandmother, makes the best pecan pies for several counties and the farm is attracting visitors from far and wide to sample the wares.

Until the day Lindy walks into the greenhouse to find her uncle Amos murdered and her new stock of trees destroyed, with the best of the bunch stolen. Who is out to ruin the Blanchard family? And who wanted Uncle Amos dead? With the sheriff stumped, it’s up to Lindy and Miss Amelia to save the ranch and tree a killer.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425261408
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
02/04/2014
Series:
Nut House Mystery Series, #1
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
401,011
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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“Warm, witty, and full of Texas charm and feisty characters. Clear a space on your keeper-shelf for the Nut House series.”—Duffy Brown, national bestselling author of the Consignment Shop Mysteries

“A family nut tree with some branches missing, sly old ladies, and a tall, dark stranger come to town. Or is he? Chomp into this engaging new mystery series, and it just might Bite-U-Back!” —Mardi Link, author of Isadore's Secret

“Elizabeth Lee delivers a delectable mystery that’s pure Southern comfort. Readers will go nuts over A Tough Nut to Kill.” —Riley Adams, author of the Memphis Barbeque Mysteries

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