Black Orchid by Laura Burke

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I found the premise behind the altered orchids to be fascinating. I believe that other readers will as well.
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2013 Readers' Favorite Five Stars Award Winner! In a small fishing village in Connecticut known as Watch Hill, walking on the beach at sunset has become a rather enjoyable pastime for Wayne Minor. Watch Hill is not a very big village and, in fact, is situated on a small island. It was a very peaceful setting until several mysterious Black Orchid blooms are found on the beach. Suddenly, the residents begin to die one by one, as this quiet town becomes a place of terror. Everyone begins to wonder where the blooms are coming from and who is behind leaving them for the residents to find. Nobody is safe from the deadly blooms. Even the police are baffled and begin to die. One police detective is so angry that his fellow officers are being tortured and killed that he vows to find the killer or killers no matter what the cost.

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Laura Burke always been and always will be a storyteller. Since childhood, she has dreamed of becoming an author. Now, as she sees her stories in print, her dream has become her reality. Since she was eight years old, mysteries have been her passion, especially murder mysteries. So much so, that after working as a nurse for twenty years, she became a Private Investigator. She worked in close contact with police officers and detectives on several closed-case files with amazing results. Laura currently resides in Florida with her husband. She has two children, five grandchildren, and six great grandchildren.
Published June 10, 2013 by Strategic Book Publishing. 348 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction
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Reviewed by Paige Lovitt on May 16 2013

I found the premise behind the altered orchids to be fascinating. I believe that other readers will as well.

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