Saturday, March 8, 2014

Book Spotlight and a Giveaway! Flowers for Her Grave by Jean Sheldon


Flowers for Her Grave


Flowers for Her Grave by Jean Sheldon
Paperback, 282 pages
Published May 4th 2011 

When a young woman shows up in Raccoon Grove claiming to be a missing girl from a 20-year-old murder, the local gossip columnist and gardener team up to discover the truth. Accidents threaten to put a stop to their investigation and to the garden party where they plan to reveal what really happened. 

No one could have guessed the truth. Neither will you in this surprising whodunit.


About the author


Jean Sheldon, born and raised in Chicago, spent the first half of her life as a fine and graphic artist. In 2004 she began another creative endeavor—writing mysteries. The Woman in the Wing is a historical mystery about women pilots (WASP) and factory workers (Rosie the Riveter) during WWII. Seven Cities of Greed involves a group of women of a 'certain age' on a quest for adventure and the mythical 'Seven Cities of Gold' in New Mexico, Jean's home for over twenty years. Mrs. Quigley's Kidnapping introduces Mattie Draper, a female detective in Chicago circa 1968, and Flowers for Her Grave is an old-fashioned whodunit in which two amateur sleuths in their early sixties, a gossip columnist and a gardener, solve a 20-year-old crime. An Uncluttered Palette is a mystery filled with art history, oil painting, forgery, and fun! Jean's newest release, She Overheard Murder, introduces the characters of the new 'Nic & Nora Mystery' series—mysteries solved by lesbian amateur detectives in post-World War II Chicago.

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6 comments:

  1. Sounds like a good mystery.

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  2. Love mystery and this sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  4. Interesting mystery

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  5. Interesting review. I enjoy learning of new books on your blog
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  6. I love the cover, it's so pretty. It sounds like a wonderful mystery, that I would really like to read. Thanks for having the giveaway.

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