Harvest Of Murder In Harvest of Murder garden show host Louise Eldridge is on the case again when her hectic Thanksgiving preparations are interrupted by a brutal murder committed in her own backyard

  • Title: Harvest Of Murder
  • Author: Ann Ripley
  • ISBN: 9781575667768
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Paperback
  • In Harvest of Murder, garden show host Louise Eldridge is on the case again when her hectic Thanksgiving preparations are interrupted by a brutal murder committed in her own backyard.

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    1. It's a shame the writing isn't better, because the premise is interesting. Almost all of the characters are unlikeable, and their behavior is often unbelievable to such an extent that it's detrimental to the narrative. There is very little character development, any information about the murder is gathered through gossip and luck, and the main character, Louise, displays all of the common sense of a child - her incompetence is often the only means for advancing the story. (After telling teenaged [...]

    2. I jumped straight into this cozy mystery series with book six, after finding a number of these for sale at my local op shop. This was the earliest book I picked up, and I figured most cozies you can read out of order. This one felt a little off from other mysteries though, because it did reference previous events and characters that I had zero clues about. Oh well.Still, I got into the mystery in the end, and enjoyed what I could. The gardening theme is one I can be amused with from afar; I kill [...]

    3. A very interesting tale complete with a hint of biology, chemistry and the ian jungle! Our amateur sleuth, Louise, has stumbled onto murder yet again, this time right in her own neighborhood! She strikes up a dog walking friendship with an older male professor. When he is brutally murdered, she just can't help but investigate. His lab and seemingly magical fountain in of youth discovery may have something to do with his untimely demise. Louise has a maddening habit of putting herself in harm's w [...]

    4. This was the first of the series that I read.-- I was really looking forward to this series thinking it would be on par with the China Bayles series but that was not the feel I got this is only the second book of the series but all the people around the main character treat her with kid gloves and think she is just being flighty and a busy body. There also was not nearly enough gardening triviaother than being located in a plant propagation lab.

    5. #6 in the Louise Eldridge series. A disappointing entry in the series about an organic gardener and the bodies she seems to dig up.Louise Eldridge has a 3 month break from her PBS gardening show and plans a big Thanksgiving feast. After her dog walking companion, an elderly plant scientist, is brutally murdered, she gets a temporary job as a plant handler in his company and proceeds to investigate the swarm of unlikeable characters until one tries to kill her. Disjointed.

    6. I enjoyed this book, but since this was the first book I had read in this series I kept feeling I was missing character information. I will definitely get more books by this author and try to read the series in sequence.

    7. I found this very slow and it wasn't until the last 3 chapters that I really became interested.

    8. corporate espionage enters the picture of public tv gardening show host/part time sleuth Louise Eldridge.

    9. Not particularly interesting and 2nd book in a series so I had a hard time knowing who was who. So I didn't finish it.

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