Royal Purple Murder (African Violet Club Mysteries, #3)

Royal Purple Murder (African Violet Club Mysteries, #3)

by Elise M. Stone

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Overview

Murder on the 4th of July

The village of Rainbow Ranch, Arizona is all abuzz since famous rodeo star Fox Fordyce came back home. But not everyone is happy to see her.

Fox has a lot of history in the small town.

Most of it not very good.

When the aging rodeo queen is shot dead at the annual Fourth of July Celebration, Lilliana Wentworth, retired librarian, African violet fancier, and amateur sleuth, must solve the case before her ditzy best friend is arrested for murder.

The more questions Lilliana asks, the more suspects she comes up with. With the help of her own version of the Baker Street Irregulars, she peels back the layers of secrets.

But can she focus on the case while the attentions of a handsome new resident distract her?

Enjoy the fireworks as the sparks fly by downloading your copy now.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155043331
Publisher: Elise M. Stone
Publication date: 12/11/2017
Series: African Violet Club Mysteries , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 376,465
File size: 372 KB

About the Author

Elise M. Stone was born and raised in New York, went to college in Michigan, lived in the Boston area for eight years, and not too long ago moved to sunny Tucson, Arizona, where she doesn't have to shovel snow. Her first degree was in psychology, her second in computers. She's worked as a pizza maker, library clerk, waitress, social worker, programmer, and data jockey.

Retired now, she spends her days doing her two favorite things: writing and reading. Agatha and Spenser, her two cats, keep her company while watching birds and lizards outside her office window.

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Royal Purple Murder (African Violet Club Mysteries, #3) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I highly recommend the African violet serirs. I've read them all.