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Friday, June 19, 2020

Digging Up the Remains

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Digging Up the Remains
(A Garden Squad Mystery #3)
by Julia Henry

Genre: Cozy Mystery

Rating: 4

A festive fall is in full swing in Goosebush, Massachusetts, but when a snoopy reporter is felled by foul play, it's up to Lilly and her Garden Squad to spook out a killer . . .

Between hosting a haunted house on her lawn, serving on the town's 400th Anniversary Planning Committee, and prepping for the Fall Festival's 10k fundraiser, Lilly's hands are full. She doesn't have time for prickly newspaper reporter Tyler Crane, who's been creeping around town, looking for dirt on Goosebush's most notable families . . . until he's found dead on the race route moments before the start.

An unfortunate accident? Or did Tyler unearth a secret that someone in Goosebush is willing to kill to keep? By planting nasty rumors and cultivating fear, Tyler sowed a fair share of ill will during his brief time in town. Weeding through the suspects will be thorny, but Lilly and her Garden Squad are determined to root out the autumnal assassin before the Fall Festival flops . 

 

my thoughts

Would I recommend it? Yes

Would I read more of the series? Yes

Would I read more of this author? Yes

once again I was so glade to be back in the town of  Goosebush, Massachusetts and find out what Lilly and her friends was up to  and while this would be the perfect read for October , it was still the perfect read for me doing this time of craziness, because like all cozy mysterious I  tend to just read and get lost in the story and not pay attention to what is going on around me .And with this one I did just that , the story its self made me smile , and I loved seen the old characters and meeting new ones  and find out more about the history of the town and its people . And seen it come  to live as they get ready for Halloween, and trying to solve a murder , with that said I want to thank Netgalley for letting me reading and review it and I can't wait to read the next book when it comes out.

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