Poisoned Petals (Peggy Lee Garden Series #3)

Poisoned Petals (Peggy Lee Garden Series #3)

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by Joyce Lavene, Jim Lavene
     
 

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ISBN-13:
9781440624742
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
05/01/2007
Series:
Peggy Lee Garden Series , #3
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
272
Sales rank:
204,170
File size:
498 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Poisoned Petals (Peggy Lee Garden Series #3) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Fiftyish Dr. Peggy Lee is coming back to life after the death of her beloved husband two years ago. Although she is still teaching at the college, her heart is with her garden shop, The Potting Shed and she has a new man in her life, Steve, a vet seven years younger than her. She wonders if she should give up teaching to work full time at the shop and as a forensic botanist consultant to the police.--------------- While collecting endangered plants to replant in the Community Garden that is part of Feed America and led by her friend Darmus, she meets his brother Luther, who tells her he is dying of cancer. On impulse she goes to Darmus¿ house and smells gas the place explodes and Darmus is declared dead. However when she looks at the corpse, she knows this is not Darmus. Luther who now heads Feed America dies a few days later. An autopsy reveals he was poisoned with the evidence pointing towards his sibling Peggy thinks otherwise and plans to prove it.------------------- Joyce and Jim Lavene are a fabulous team who create poignant entertaining mysteries. The investigation is cleverly plotted and potted so that readers struggle with the identity of the killer as Darmus looks guilty, but the heroine thinks otherwise fans will wonder if she could be wrong. The support cast from her parents to her friends to her new man adds depth to a delightful botany mystery.----------- Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yeah, this is the best fanfic ive ever seen on nook. But (and idk if anyone else has this problem, but anyway.) My results are different than most peoples and i cant read it in order.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice job! This reveiw goes for all parts! Five stars!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just wow. That was scary.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Liv~ You are mindblowing. Amazing. Creative. Original. And Awesome! Your writing is just, just AWESOME! This story is truly the best Warriors FanFic on the NOOK! Please continue. You've earned youself 5 Stars! ~Jade, NOOK Critic
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loving the fun with Shakespeare the Great Dane & her love interest. Also enjoy the idea of an "older" detective with a "younger" man.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dr. Peggy Lee didn¿t plan on becoming involved in a murder investigation during her family¿s visit, in the midst of her garden shop¿s busy season. But her dear friend, Darmus, has died in a terrible gas fire, followed by his brother, Luther, soon after. Now the police want to know why there was a flower in Luther¿s pocket, and who put it there. Steve, her reliable new boyfriend, comes to the rescue and entertains the family while Peggy searches for clues. And her father is more perceptive than the others and insists on helping. Although she would prefer to keep the investigation to herself, she¿s grateful he tagged along when she gets into some tight spots. Things are not always what they seem, as Peggy finds out from her mysterious internet friend. And her relationship with Steve is about to change in ways she never expected. Peggy Lee is a middle-aged widow with a lot of spunk, who gets herself into situations no average woman would attempt. While her character is very well developed, this reviewer would have enjoyed getting to know several of the secondary characters a bit better, also. Poisoned Petals blends a love of gardening with a well plotted murder mystery. It¿s an enjoyable and cozy read, perfectly suited for lounging in the garden on a summer day. Muse Review Mark: Great Read Reviewer: Alice Berger, Muse Reviews
Guest More than 1 year ago
Poisoned Petals is the third book in the Peggy Lee Garden Mystery Series and it is the best one yet! Authors Joyce and Jim Lavene get their protagonist, a 52-year-old botanist with a garden store, in and out of more intriguing situations as she discovers the death of a fellow botanist is not an accident.