The Christmas Garden Affair by Ann Ripley
A Gardening Mystery

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Louise Eldridge is again on the case when a rival garden show host is found pushing up daisies.

About Ann Ripley

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A former newspaperwoman, Ann Ripley now spends her time organic gardening and writing mysteries. She lives with her husband, Tony, in Lyons, Colorado. Her first novel, Mulch, won the Top Hand Award from the Colorado Authors' League. She is at work on her fourth gardening mystery.
Published October 1, 2002 by Kensington Books. 293 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Louise’s gardening program on PBS is losing some of its audience to a show featuring sexy newcomer Bunny Bainbridge, who’s making inroads into the profitable retail gardening market as well, nearly bankrupting Fenimore Smith’s long-established White Flower Farm.

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Gathered in the inn's crowded ballroom are many guests who have reason to hate Bunny or fear her methods and her success: the world's top floral designer, Bunny's glowering sidekick of suspected Stasi origins, a successful garden writer and publisher, a radical environmentalist, a bureaucrat, dig...

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