Spotlight – The Garden Club Murder by Amy Patricia Meade

Hola Readers. In the spotlight today is the culinary cozy mystery ‘The Garden Club Murder’.  It is the second installment in the Tish Tarragon Mystery series written by Amy Patricia Meade. Cookin’ The Books Cafe owner/caterer Tish sets out to find who would be willing to kill over a garden competition, or is there more to this murder than meets the eye. Early reviews of this book have me salivating to read it for myself.  Visit the tour section for great reviews and interviews with the author as she talks about her new book and her characters. Don’t forget to scroll down to click the big red button for your chance to win a print copy of this book.

 

 

About The Book:


The Garden Club Murder (A Tish Tarragon Mystery) by Amy Patricia Meade

the-garden-club-murder-new-quote_1Literary caterer Letitia ‘Tish’ Tarragon is preparing her English Secret Garden-themed luncheon for Coleton Creek’s annual garden club awards, but when she is taken on a tour of some of the top contenders with the garden club’s president, Jim Ainsley, Tish is surprised at how seriously the residents take the awards – and how desperate they are to win.

Wealthy, retired businessman Sloane Shackleford has won the coveted best garden category five years in a row, but he and his Bichon Frise, Biscuit, are universally despised. When Sloane’s bludgeoned body is discovered in his pristine garden, Tish soon learns that he was disliked for reasons that go beyond his green fingers. Have the hotly contested awards brought out a competitive and murderous streak in one of the residents?

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About The Author:


Amy Patricia MeadeAuthor of the critically acclaimed Marjorie McClelland Mysteries, Amy Patricia Meade is a native of Long Island, NY where she cut her teeth on classic films and books featuring Nancy Drew and Encyclopedia Brown.

After stints as an Operations Manager for a document imaging company and a freelance technical writer, Amy left the bright lights of New York City and headed north to pursue her creative writing career amidst the idyllic beauty of Vermont’s Green Mountains.

Now residing in Bristol, England, Amy spends her time writing mysteries with a humorous or historical bent.  When not writing, Amy enjoys traveling, testing out new recipes, classic films, and exploring her new home.

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