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Death of a Garden Pest: A Gardening Mystery | [Ann Ripley]

Death of a Garden Pest: A Gardening Mystery

Organic gardener and television host Louise Eldridge has a nasty confrontation with the former television host she replaced. And when the woman is found poisoned, Louise becomes suspect number one.
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Organic gardener and television host Louise Eldridge has a nasty confrontation with the former television host she replaced. And when the woman is found poisoned, Louise becomes suspect number one.

Listen to another Gardening Mystery.

© Ann Ripley; (P)2005 Books in Motion

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    Mary Huntsville, TX 01-03-10
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    I enjoyed the first book in this series, but the second leaves a great deal to be desired. Many characters are brought back for absolutely no reason. Plot points are introduced then never mentioned again. If I hadn't read the first book, perhaps I would have enjoyed this more (although that doesn't change the plot point problem). I'm debating whether or not to read the next book in the series. Too bad. PS - If you dislike hearing the reader turning pages, you may have another problem with this book.

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    Susan Royalston, MA, United States 12-23-07
    Susan Royalston, MA, United States 12-23-07 Member Since 2004
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    It's hard to get past the reader while listening to this book. Hey, there's no such word as nucular. It's nuclear. Nu-cle-ar. She has a song-song voice that's pretty hard to take,and she stutters several times. Also, thanks to the author for giving away the ending to the first book in this series. I guess I won't be reading that.

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