In New Chapel, Indiana, flower shop owner Abby Knight worries about her business failing. She needs new customers and knows that flowers and funerals go together like bacon and eggs. Thus she decides to open up a "tasteful" floral booth at the Funeral Director Society's annual convention.On the down side, Abby will deal with some creepy souls who appreciate the DEARLY DEPOTTED as no one else can dig them. For instance, the Colonel who is president of the FDS is the self-anointed Master Mortician who insists he knows everything there is in converting a corpse into a living tribute and is willing to tell anyone who is not afraid to ask him for a consultation. Then there is the environmental ground-hugger Eli "Green Guy" Cotton who believes Kermit is right that grieving relatives should send their loved ones off in green.The lively gala turns morbid when cosmetician to the dead Sybil "the Diva of Death Masks" Blount is killed. Unable to resist, Abby investigates who was drumming up business.
Roses are usually for lovers. This story shows they can be involved in murders. Fun story.Published 7 months ago by Nancy Pulsipher
Another fun book from Kate Collins. Enjoy this series a lot. Great for an afternoon escape.Published 13 months ago by Kathy P. Metzler
Still reading this series since book one. I hope Kate Collins continues to write them. Would recommend this series to everyone.Published 16 months ago by Sherry423
Kate Collins is very good at keeping the continuity of this series. Abby Knight is a delightful heroine in the series. I have enjoyed each book so far.Published on August 26, 2013 by Cheryll
Feisty redhead and flower shop owner Abby Knight is back for another adventure. This time she is at a Funeral Directors Association convention hoping to make a few sales of her... Read morePublished on August 2, 2013 by Cozy Reader