Magic Garden Mystery #2
Crooked Lane Books
On Sale: November 13, 2018
Hardcover / e-Book
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Florist Fiona Knox left behind her gloomy life for a
magical garden in Scotland, but a murder on her shop’s
opening day spells doom.
Fiona Knox thought she was pulling her life back together
when she inherited her godfather’s cottage in Duncreigan,
Scotland—complete with a magical walled garden. But the
erstwhile Tennessee flower shop owner promptly found herself
puddle boot-deep in danger when she found a dead body among
the glimmering blossoms. One police investigation later
(made a trifle less unpleasant by the presence of handsome
Chief Inspector Neil Craig), and Fiona’s life is getting
back on a steady, though bewitched, track. Her sister Isla
has just moved in with her, and the grand opening of her new
spellbound venture, the Climbing Rose Flower Shop in
Aberdeenshire, is imminent.
But dark, ensorcelled clouds are gathering to douse Fiona’s
newly sunny outlook. First, imperious parish minister Quaid
MacCullen makes it undeniably clear that he would be happy
to send Fiona back to Tennessee. Then, a horrific lightning
storm, rife with terribly omen, threatens to tear apart the
elderly cottage and sends Fi and Isla cowering under their
beds. The storm passes, but then, Fi is called away from the
Climbing Rose’s opening soiree when Kipling, the tiny
village’s weak-kneed volunteer police chief, finds a dead
body on the beach.
The body proves difficult to identify, but Kipling is
certain it’s that of the parish minister. Which makes Fiona,
MacCullen’s new nemesis, a suspect. And what’s worse, Isla
has seemed bewitched as of late…did she do something
unspeakable to protect her sister? The last thing Fiona
wanted to do was play detective again. But now, the rosy
future she’d envisioned is going to seed, and if she and
Craig can’t clear her name, her idyllic life will wilt away
in Death and Daisies, national bestselling author
Amanda Flower’s second enchanting Magic Garden mystery.
Magic Garden Mystery
2 comments posted.
Re: Death and Daisies
What a lovely review. New to me but I'll be looking for this
(Kathleen Bylsma 5:05pm November 19)
This sounds very good thank you for the review
(Penney Wilfort 4:06pm November 20)
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