The third book of the Lovely Lethal Gardens series is more of the same as the previous books. One thing I admire about Doreen is her POSITIVE attitude as thing go wrong and causes her more troubles. Doreen is looking for ideas to add to her beginning garden business. She learned the that town of Kelowna is asking for bids on its carnations plantings. Doreen is checking the ability of carnations and prices when she overheard an argument between two people. Her curiosity is strong enough for her to get involved in the situation. She found the girl dead in a carnations planting and becomes a nemesis to Mack investigation. She learns the Nan’ house is full of valuable antiques  and rumors spread someone is trying to break into her home. Mack comes to her aid and puts in some temporary securities measures. The animals and the situation provided a lot of humor and I found myself laughing. I ready to read the book that will be published in April.

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2 Responses to #CORPSE IN THE CARNATIONS By Dale Mayer

  1. lghiggins says:

    This sounds good. I enjoy a cozy with humor!

  2. bmary8222 says:

    I keep thinking that I should read this series.

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