• by Ann Ripley
  • Narrated by Lynda Evans
  • 7 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Organic gardner and television host Louise Eldridge is filling in the low spots of her garden with grass collected from the neighborhood. When body parts start turning up in the mulch, Louise begins an investigation.


What the Critics Say

"Certain to appeal to mystery readers with green thumbs!" (The Denver Post)


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Customer Reviews

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It's just so much compost

I did not like this one. It was very slow and drawn out. You know that a book has lost your interest when you haven’t a clue who the characters are much less care. At the end, the murderer was revealed and I still don’t remember him/her. The reader doses not help the situation. There is no suspense in her voice. She might be good reading a romance novel but is atrocious with a mystery. Who knows, you may like this one. But, as for me, it was just so much compost.
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- William


I was interested in the gardening aspect of the story but over all I did not think this was a strong mystery. Washington DC social settings and White House intrigue impact a family that has moved to the area for the CIA spy husband's new assignment. I found it interesting enough to listen to the end and I will try one more in the series. The performance was ok. I could hear paper pages turning in some parts.
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- LonestarReader

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-23-2007
  • Publisher: Books in Motion