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Saturday, January 25, 2020

Tilling The Truth

Title: Tilling the Truth
Series :garden squad mystery #2
Author:Julia Henry
Genre: cozy mystery
Rating:5



It’s August in Goosebush, Massachusetts, and go-getter retiree Lilly Jayne and her youthful senior pals show no sign of slowing down during the lazy days of summer. But when murder mows over a pesky local, could a Garden Squad member be nurturing a deadly second act?
 
While Lilly digs into a town beautification project, her friend Tamara O’Connor has greater concerns than well-pruned geraniums. The real-estate firm owner hasn’t been shy about blaming perennial grouch Gladys Preston for thwarting her many attempts to sell off a beautiful beachside property. But accusations fly when Gladys is suddenly found dead—and Tamara is caught standing over the body with a bloody weapon in her hand . . .

As Tamara becomes the prime murder suspect, Lilly and the Garden Squad ladies set out to prove that someone planted the evidence. With a potpourri of alarming clues scattered around Goosebush, cracking this case means confronting a calculating culprit with a penchant for cutting down anyone who gets in the way . . .


My thoughts:
Would I recommend it? Yes
Would I read more of this series? Yes
Would I read more by this author? Yes
 Once again the author has done it with this cute and adorable cozy mystery even if it is the second book in a series. It's fun loving and shows the closeness of friendships, and the love of their small town,and when a murder happened, nothing is going to stop these friends in proving their friend innocent. And mixed into all of this are twist and turns, lies, and truths , secrets and dreams that are big or small, and of course don't forget about the murders , that right you've read it right because this makes you ask yourself the question has two different murders happen or is it actually one ,and if it's two was it done by the same person or by some one different and why. So with that out there I'm going to go and say thank you to NetGalley as well as the Publishers for letting me read and review it. and I can't wait for the next book.

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