A Wedding to Die For (Yellow Rose Series #2)

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From the author of Pick Your Poison comes a crazy case of matrimonial murder and a broken-hearted bride-to-be when a family guest gets hit over the head with a gift. The bad reception only gets deadlier for Houston PI Abby Rose, enlisted to resolve the wedding fiasco.

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Overview

From the author of Pick Your Poison comes a crazy case of matrimonial murder and a broken-hearted bride-to-be when a family guest gets hit over the head with a gift. The bad reception only gets deadlier for Houston PI Abby Rose, enlisted to resolve the wedding fiasco.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780451210326
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 1/28/2005
  • Series: Yellow Rose Series , #2
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 252,973
  • Product dimensions: 4.30 (w) x 6.98 (h) x 0.75 (d)

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  • Posted June 27, 2011

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    Loved this book & this series!

    If you're looking for a fun, light mystery stop looking! I loved every minute of this book. The pace is quick moving without getting you lost in pointless details. I loved the characters and the storyline. Leann Sweeney has become one of my all time favorite mystery writers! I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did.

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    I really enjoyed the book and will read the rest in the series!

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  • Posted October 18, 2011

    Great Series

    Love it....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2005

    Adoption and Murder

    Abby Rose is a new adoption PI in Houston. Meagan Beadford hires her to find her birth mother, hoping she will attend her wedding. Unfortunately Abby hits one brick wall after another in the search. Especially since Meagan won¿t discuss it with her adoptive parents. She doesn¿t think they will understand. Meagan¿s adoptive father is murdered at Meagan¿s reception. At Meagan¿s request, Abby continues to search for her birth mother. She soon discovers not everything is as it seems. This search ends up taking her out of Texas for a few days. When Meagan¿s uncle is murdered, Meagan asks Abby to help find who killed the two men. Meagan is unsure that she can help, but she agrees to cry. Meagan looks so pale that Abby can¿t turn her down. There are so many possible suspects. The chief of police, Quinn Fielder, is no help at all. Matter of fact, she suspects Abby. Abby¿s boyfriend, Jeff is a Sergeant in the Houston Police Department. Since this happened in Seacliff, he has no jurisdiction and can¿t help her. Meagan¿s cousins have some issues, and Abby, along with her twin sister Kate, try to help. It¿s not always easy. Abby wonders if they had anything to do with the murders. Abby finds herself in some sticky situations along the way, but she is determined to discover the truth about Meagan¿s adoption and the murder of her father and uncle. I really like this new series. This is the second in the series. It is great. I can¿t wait for the next one! Abby is such a great character. She is full of spunk and has wonderful people around her to assist her and support her. Of course, there are those like Aunt Caroline, who you can¿t always tell if they really have her best interests at heart. I highly recommend this book.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A witty down home Texas mystery

    Abby Rose is young, rich, and beautiful, but unlike some people in her social class, she works for a living and donates her salary to an orphanage. She learned in a brutal manner that she was adopted so she chose to become a private investigator specializing in adoptions, reuniting offspring with their biological parents. Her clients sense that this work is a cause more than a job so most invariably trust her.............................. When she was a teen, Megan found out she was adopted, but promised her adoptive parents she would not seek out her biological parents. She breaks her pledge by hiring Abby to locate her biological mother so that the woman can attend her wedding. Abby and Megan become friends and the bride invites the sleuth to attend the wedding rehearsal and reception. However tragedy occurs when someone murders Megan¿s adoptive father at the reception. A distraught Megan hires Abby to find out who killed the beloved man who raised her. The investigation leads Abby to Jamaica where she learns the identity of her client¿s biological parents and more. Upon her return, Abby faces a second homicide while searching for a killer amidst a dysfunctional family......................... Leann Sweeny has written a witty down home Texas mystery starring a heroine who feels it is her destiny to help others with similar backgrounds to her own. The friendship between Abby and Megan rings true adding depth to the sleuth¿s desperate need to identify the killer. A WEDDING TO DIE FOR will appeal to romance readers, as much as private investigative aficionados, because much of the fine tale involves relationships including one between Abby and her cop-lover.................... Harriet Klausner

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