A Deadly Bouquet by Janis Harrison
A Gardening Mystery

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Janis Harrison's gardening mysteries combine a popular "cozy" pastime with a delightfully populated small Missouri town and juicy mysteries. In her fourth outing, Bretta Solomon has been hired along with a few other River City business owners to put together the town's wedding of the year. But when the landscaper responsible for the nuptial's setting and the bride's hairdresser both die suspiciously on the same day, Bretta can't help but think there's something more sinister in the air than love and marriage. It's up to her to figure out just exactly what's going on before the guests arrive for the big event, and with Janis Harrison at the controls it's sure to be another fantastic outing in an admirable series.

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Janis Harrison, author of three previous Bretta Solomon mysteries, owns and operates a greenhouse in Windsor, Missouri.
Published December 1, 2002 by Minotaur Books. 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Even worse, Bailey Monroe, the handsome ex–federal agent Bretta met at a florists’ conference in Branson just bought the cottage at the edge of her property—the cottage she had wanted to use as a wedding chapel when she converted the rest of the estate into a bed-and-breakfast.

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