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Fruit of the Poisoned Tree
Joyce and Jim Lavene

Includes gardening tips!

What made Peggy's lifelong friend Park Lamonte drive off a ramp to his death? Park's aged mother suspects his wife, Beth, killed him for the ten-million-dollar insurance policy. The police think so, too. But Peggy has a growing suspicion that there's more to the story.

She's convinced Beth is innocent -- even after Park's mother is also killed, an evidence emerges that seems to point to Beth. Can Peggy maintain her gardening business, teach her botany classes, nurture her relationship with her new man, deal with her unruly Great Dane . . . and still find time to extract the truth?

(A Peggy Lee Garden Mystery #2)
Berkley (Prime Crime), May 2006
ISBN #0425209679
272 pages Paperback
$6.99

Also by Joyce and Jim Lavene:
A Finder's Fee, October 2013
A Haunting Dream, December 2012
Treacherous Toys, September 2012
A Spirited Gift, December 2011
Harrowing Hats, August 2011
A Touch of Gold, March 2011
Deadly Daggers, September 2010
A Timely Vision, May 2010
Ghastly Glass, September 2009
A Corpse for Yew, May 2009
Wicked Weaves, September 2008
Perfect Poison, May 2008
Poisoned Petals, May 2007
Pretty Poison, May 2005

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