Harris’s Slugfest is a Knockout

Slugfest
By: Rosemary Harris
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Copyright April 2011Paula Holliday is doing a good deed. She’s agreed to help a friend by acting as Exhibit manager for a reclusive artist in her town. She’s headed for New York City and is expecting a laid back weekend, selling a few pieces of garden art at the show and maybe see some great sample garden displays while she has the chance.

Little did she know that she would be neck deep in horticultural sabotage, murder and something called The Javits Curse. Along the way she makes friends with a Mafioso’s wife, various and sundry exhibitors, and her friend Lucy’s downstairs neighbor, and a couple of NYC Homicide Detectives.

Rosemary has raised Paula’s character to new heights by taking her out of her Connecticut home and plopping her back in the Big Apple. A place she left, so that she could follow her dreams.

This is the fourth book in the Dirty Business Series and looking into my Crystal Ball, I see a long and happy run for this series.

FTC Full Disclosure – This book was sent to me by the author in hopes that I would review it.

Rosemary Harris can be found hiding out at http://rosemaryharris.com/ and also http://www.facebook.com/RosemaryHarrismy…

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One response to “Harris’s Slugfest is a Knockout

  1. Dru

    This was a good book.