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A Corpse for Yew (Wheeler Cozy Mystery) Paperback – Large Print, November 1, 2009
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"A perfect combination for plant lovers and mystery buffs."
-MYSTERY MORGUE --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Joyce and Jim Lavene have written more than forty novels together, including the Retired Witches Spellbook mysteries, the Missing Pieces mysteries, the Renaissance Faire mysteries, the Peggy Lee Garden mysteries, and the Sharyn Howard mysteries. They also write short stories, non-fiction articles and teach writing workshops. Their hobbies include gardening—they’re certified Master Gardeners—and attending Renaissance Faires. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Inside this murder mystery is also a charming romance building up to a climax between Dr. Peggy Lee and Dr. Steve, the local veterinarian. Is it time to announce to the world or?
I love this series because of the botany information, mixed in with the forensic information, mixed in with the southern location and romance. It is a perfectly blended book.
I will not reveal the ending, however, I will say, human nature being what it is, I really wasn't shocked, but was saddened.
A good book to read.
“The seed [yew] is almost hidden inside a bright red berry on the plant. They’re hard to spot. The berry resembles a blackberry or raspberry. It would take only this small amount to kill her.”
- Yew berries looks nothing at all like a blackberry or raspberry. In fact, I don't think they look like anything else. There is no way anyone would mistake a yew berry for blackberry or a raspberry. especially since Yews are evergreens.
I wonder if the main character is the killer - that's the only way to explain that type of mistake. See the attached photo of yew berries
A good mystery and romance building up between Peggy and Steve.