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After Ivy Willowby dies with a Malice Plant in her hand, Rosemary Wilde is stunned to find she's the beneficiary of Ivy's will, if she lives long enough. With potential heirs buzzing around like angry bees, burglaries, and liaisons, the Cedar Lake Garden Club isn't lacking either dirt or manure. When Rosemary decides to test the plant's "curse", she finds there's plenty of...more
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Published by Idiolith (first published September 24th 2010)
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Sharon
I have read a great many mysteries over the years, and it's a rare one in which the "whodunnit" escapes me until the author reveals it. Ainy Rainwater has written one of those rare books.

Rosemary's garden club friend, Ivy, is found dead with a sprig of the (fictitious) Malice Plant in her hand ... and things actually get worse from there! With a plethora of unpleasant relatives contesting the will (in which Rosemary, to her surprise, figures), townsfolk behaving strangely and disappearing plants...more
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Ainy Rainwater lives in the greater Houston area with her husband and rescue dogs. She enjoys reading, writing, playing guitar and percussion, gardening, daydreaming, wasting time on the computer, and procrastinating

Her novels are available as ebooks from Amazon US & Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble, Apple’s iBookstore for iPad, Kobo, Smashwords (multi-format) and a few other mobile ebookstores....more
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