Deadly Nightshade Rachel O Connor is Blossom s City Landscaper and her passion is gardening Her business family and love life seem to be perfect That is until a body is found on one of her sites A City Councilman has

  • Title: Deadly Nightshade
  • Author: Mary Rosenblum
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  • Page: 353
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  • Rachel O Connor is Blossom s City Landscaper and her passion is gardening.Her business, family and love life seem to be perfect That is, until a body is found on one of her sites.A City Councilman has been killed and there are fingers pointed at Rachel s employee, Spider, a young boy from the Youth Farm But she is adamant he is innocent.Rumours fly about the legitimacy oRachel O Connor is Blossom s City Landscaper and her passion is gardening.Her business, family and love life seem to be perfect That is, until a body is found on one of her sites.A City Councilman has been killed and there are fingers pointed at Rachel s employee, Spider, a young boy from the Youth Farm But she is adamant he is innocent.Rumours fly about the legitimacy of business dealings within the community, providing multiple suspects with motives Rachel s boyfriend, Chief Jeff Price investigates and ruffles some feathers.City politics divide the town and threaten to divide Rachel s family Her Uncle Jack, known for his stubborn opinions and quick temper is questioned on the murder Leading to a grudge against Jeff, and testing his relationship with Rachel Picking up clues as she continues to work around the City, Rachel attempts to put the pieces together and save relationships.But can she do it in time, or will someone else get hurt, or worse killed in the otherwise peaceful Blossom The she digs up, shock after shock is uncovered for the residents With controversial theories being thrown around, who will be right And what will it mean for the City s council and population Deadly Nightshade is the second in Mary Rosenblum s Gardering Mystery series Mary Rosenblum is an accomplished cheesemaker, pilot, and novelist Devil s Trumpet is the first book in her four book Gardening Mysteries series, starring landscaper Rachel O Connor against a beautiful Oregon backdrop She has received several awards for her work and is also known for her science fiction work Praise for Mary Rosenblum An appealing new detective with a green thumb, a passion for plants, and a sharp eye for clues Susan Wittig Albert We can t relax until the landscaper heroine, Rachel O Connor, unearths the solution to some very nasty murders Ann Ripley, author of Death of a Political PlantEndeavour Press is the UK s leading independent digital publisher For information on our titles please sign up to our newsletter at endeavourpress Each week you will receive updates on free and discounted ebooks Follow us on Twitter EndeavourPress and on Facebook via on.fb 1HweQV7 We are always interested in hearing from our readers Endeavour Press believes that the future is now.

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    1. Mary Rosenblum

      Mary Rosenblum born Mary Freeman 1952 in Levittown, New York is a science fiction fantasy and mystery author She grew up in Allison Park, a dead little coal mining town outside Pittsburgh PA, and attended Reed College in Oregon, earning a biology degree She attended the Clarion West workshop in 1988.Her first story came out in 1990 and her first novel in 1993 Her career began, and has largely returned to, science fiction However, from 1999 to 2002 she wrote the Gardening Mysteries novel series under the name Mary Freeman She is also a cheesemaker, teaching the craft at workshops At the age of 57, Rosenblum earned her pilot s license from Wiki

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    1. Deadly Nightshade By Mary Rosenblum is a mystery and thriller read Rachel O Connor is Blossom City s landscaper and her passion is gardening To the delight of the elderly residents, she is hired to renew and improve the Retirement Village s decrepit gardens.Back with her trusty team of landscapers, she plans and starts to execute brilliant ideas for the space Soon after she starts however, there are rumours circling the Village of fraud When those that have complained suddenly pass away and foul [...]

    2. Great ReadSmall town with big antics Characters with wonderful personalities and mystery galore Some romance and lots of whodunits Love the style of writing

    3. I have not read any books by Mary Rosenblum, but enjoyed this one particularly due to its setting in Oregon on the Columbia River.I will read mysteries by this author.

    4. Deadly Nightshade by Mary Rosenblum is the second book in the Rachel O Connor Gardening Mystery series Rachel O Connor and her Rain Country Landscaping business have just been awarded a contract by the city of Blossom, Oregon She has a new employee from the Youth Farm named Spider Train He is sixteen years old The town is in an uproar over the proposed annexation of outlying areas They want to prevent the building of condos and mini malls which is a good thing However, Rachel s Uncle Jack is aga [...]

    5. I enjoyed this story of a lady landscaper working in small town Blossom City Her boyfriend is the chief of police and one of her work crew is accused of murder A well written who done it that keeps your interest high I learned a good bit about gardening and landscaping and would enjoy a repeat visit to Blossom City and this good cast of characters.

    6. The evil one.Five stars for this tale of life and death in a small town where nothing ever happens Ms Rosenblum mixes a mystery with an expert hand and lets the reader try to discover the solution gently It s a good read, enjoy

    7. Misleading titleThe book was quite good, although the title doesn t belong Nice character development, a few holes in the plot, overall a good read.

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