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Bestselling UK author Rebecca Tope exposes a darker side to the beautiful, atmospheric Lake District in this new series featuring florist Persimmon Brown
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and business at Persimmon “Simmy” Brown’s flower shop is booming. But when Simmy fulfills a string of anonymous delivery orders, she is startled to realize that each contains a secretly menacing message for the recipients. When one of the people who receives a bouquet disappears, it seems that her worst fears have been confirmed.
As if that isn’t enough, Simmy’s friend Kathy turns up, on the trail of her wayward daughter Joanna, who she fears has grown too close to one of her university tutors. When Kathy attempts to reason with her daughter she finds that Joanna’s older lover may be even more dangerous than she had imagined. With both Kathy and Joanna in peril, Simmy and her friends find themselves caught up in a web of deception, blackmail and murder
This is the follow up book to The Ambience Alibi, and Simmy is back at work, and getting back into the swing of things, when murder finds its way to her door again. This is a light, breezy series, with characters you can relate to,and that you could easily see as a TV series! In this book the solution to the mystery at hand isn't so obvious to see. Even when you think you know what really happened, you find out you missed some clues along the way! Which of course makes for a fun mystery to read! Don;t miss out on this series, the books are quick reads, perfect for reading while the kids are at practice and you've got an hour here and there to kill! And with the ebook at ONLY $2.99, you might have to buy a few of them!
About the Author:
Rebecca Tope is the author of four murder mystery series, featuring Den Cooper, Devon police detective, Drew Slocombe, Undertaker; Thea Osborne, house sitter in the Cotswolds and now Persimmon Brown, Lake District florist. She is also a “ghost writer” of the novels based on the ITV series Rosemary and Thyme.Check out her website for more info!