0.6 x 6.7 x 4.1 Inches; 215 pages
"A series rich in provocative themes and artful plots."
THE TOWN FLORIST WILL SOON BE PUSHING UP DAISIES.
For Meredith Bradley *Jesus Creek's most successful businesswoman *life has been no bed of roses even though she's the proprietor of the Back Door Florist shop. Now, while other Jesus Creekers are partying at the grand opening of her daughter-in-law's NewAge tea room, Meredith Bradley is murdered.
Who did it? And why? Warmhearted cop Kay Martin hasn't a clue. Perhaps Meredith's illegitimate daughter is the culprit. Perhaps members of the mysterious Brotherhood of Strength. Or one of the mayor's extraterrestrial friends. With Chief Reb Gassler gone fishing and the rest of the J.C.P.D a tad short on brains, Kay has a hard row to hoe, especially since she'd do anything to help the bereaved family. Anything at all. Except cover for a killer. . . .
"Deborah Adams brings the rustic wit and wisdom of Lake Wobegon to the plains of middle Tennessee."