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  • Turning Pages

    Doreen is really coming into her own. Evaluating, weighing, living and loving life. This time Doreen is the prime suspect as her lawyer (ex) is found murdered. She is not the prime suspect for long, Mac does his due diligence and exonerates her. Not fast enough to keep her from investigating on her own, well with the help of her now lawyer and Macs brother, Nick. Her neighbor Richard pops up now and then, ok fess up who else thinks of Tool Time and the neighbor over the fence. Mac and Doreen appear to take a step closure in acknowledging their friendship could be changing into something deeper, albeit with a little help from Doreens ex popping up. This mystery has several casts of characters that could be involved, or are involved with twists and turns that keeps you turning the page for a resolution. Thank you for the arc! I freely volunteer my thoughts and opinions.

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  • Brilliant

    This is the thirteenth book in the "Lovely Lethal Gardens" series and they just get better, I love these cosy mysteries that have a bite. Slightly wacky Doreen Montgomery had been a lady of leisure living in a gilded cage, that is until her lawyer friend Robin betrayed her by helping her soon to be ex husband screw her out of any money that was due to her , her husband kicked her out and moved his lover, Doreen's lawyer friend, in. Doreen moved into her grandmothers house and although she was broke she was enjoying her freedom and had found a talent in armature sleuthing much to the exasperation of her long suffering friend Corporal Mack Moreau of Kelowna PD. When Robin's body was found in a bed of marigolds in Kelowna, Doreen was horrified to find that she was a suspect, Mack warned Doreen to stay out of the investigation but that wasn't Doreen's style. When Doreen's, soon to be ex husband, turns up on her doorstep saying that he wanted her back Doreen was determined to find out what he was up to, things weren't what they seemed, did Mack have reason to be jealous ? Had Robin screwed Mathew as well as her ? Could Matthew have murdered Robin ? This is a brilliant story with delightful characters, wonderful Nan with her fingers in so many pies, long suffering but ever hopeful Mack and of course Doreen's zany companions Thaddeus the talking parrot, Mugs the dog and Goliath the cat. A delightful story with tongue in the cheek murder, I am looking forward to the next story in the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • A Spectacular Cozy Mystery .

    I absolutely loved reading Murder in the Marigolds . Doreen and her animal family are at it again . When Doreen's ex attorney is found murdered in the Marigolds . Doreen finds herself a suspect . Mack quickly takes her off the list but soon Doreen is in danger again and her pets are right there with her . While trying to keep out of danger Doreen cannot help herself and stay away from the investigation . I really enjoyed this story . It is entertaining and I find myself drawn right into the story . I cannot forget Nan and her carrying on . I highly recommend taking the time to read . I definitely recommend the entire series . I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Murder in the Marigolds

    Once again Doreen and Mack have mysteries and murder to deal with. Ex-lawyer, soon to be ex-husband, other ex's as well. In the meantime Doreen is still finding herself, maybe not quite ready to roar but becoming more independent. And her legion of fur and feathers are on duty. A gentle romance, a page turner to be sure. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • what's going to happen next

    Murder in the Marigolds is the 13th book in the Lovely Lethal Gardens alphabet series. The book starts with the cops showing up at Doreen’s house asking if she has an alibi for the previous night. She cannot believe Mack her friend and a local cop thinks she could have killed someone. Mack tells her he is just doing his job and must clear her so they can look for the other suspects. Whenever there is a mystery, Doreen cannot resist trying to solving it, usually ending up with putting her life in danger. This is case is no exception. I like that the stories are starting to focus on the characters just as much as it does on the murder mysteries. As Doreen thinks about the life she gave up and the life she is living now. Doreen begins to see that Mack may like her as more than a friend. The question I have is, what will she do about it. I am looking forward to the next book to see how the relationship proceeds. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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