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  • Great for both history and gardening geeks!

    greed, 1787, historical-research, pets, cats, dogs, cozy-mystery There are two stories interwoven because of the land which they occupy. One is a very difficult tale of cruel people and normal people in a time of transition - 1787. The other is a tale of subterfuge and greed with a side of murder. They are connected by an artifact found on a grave before this book. I love the parts of the stories that are told among the cats and dogs who love and protect their people. I think that the mystery is excellent and the historical part of the story is the best it can be. I loved it! Beyond that is the history of horticulture and the reintroduction of heirloom plants at Montpelier as well as the relevance of the Historic Trust. Great stuff for a history geek and/or a gardening geek (that's my sister, so I'll have to gift her a copy). I requested and received a free ebook copy from Random House Publishing Group - Ballantine Bantam via NetGalley. Thank you!

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