September 14, 2010

Review of: Dead Head by Rosemary Harris

Dead Head: A Dirty Business Mystery (Dirty Business Mysteries)Fugitive Mom. That’s the tabloid headline that rocks Springfield, Connecticut when one of the town’s favorite ladies is discovered to be an escaped convict. With a little help from the always game Lucy Cavanaugh, Paula is hired to find out which of her neighbors is a fugitive from the law and why the long-kept secret has finally come out.

When Caroline Sturgis is arrested, her family and friends are thrown for a loop. She's a stay at home mom who drives her kids to their many activities and tends to not finish the projects she starts. That's WHO she is, right? Wrong. That may be who she is now, but it's not who she always was. To find out what she used to be you'll have to pick up your own copy of Dead Head
Babe squinted and walked around the parking lot. She held a nursery catalog near each planter to visualize what it would look like next year when it was in full bloom. I resisted the urge to tell her the images in the booklet were almost as unrealistic and unattainable as the ones in the Victoria's Secret catalog. Why burst her bubble? Optimism was a critical ingredient in any garden. {p4}
Title: Dead Head
Author: Rosemary Harris {website}
Pages: 256
Published by: Minotaur Books (April 2010)
Categories: Fiction, Mystery, Series
Source: author
Challenges: 100+ Reading Challenge

Books in this series:
Pushing Up Daisies
The Big Dirt Nap
Dead Head**
**This review.

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