The Victorian Mansion Flower Shop series is about mysteries encountered by a former forensics botanist professor who takes over her grandmother’s flower shop on Orcas Island in Washington State.
In Weeds of Doubt, Summer is winding down and florist Kaylee Blue and the other residents of Orcas Island are planting fall flowers and preparing for another bustling autumn tourist season. But Kaylee has a full course load. Turtle Cove High School’s most beloved teacher has retired and is about to move off island, and mild-mannered school librarian Wilma has begged Kaylee and the other members of the Petal Pushers garden club to help her assemble a last-minute class reunion so that everyone can say goodbye before he leaves town.
Unfortunately, there’s nothing gym-dandy about the social when someone is killed on the beach. It’s not a former-student body that Kaylee nearly stumbles over while walking Bear. It’s the photography buff brought along as a date by one of the alumni, and other than Arnold, the poor sap, no one knows her. So who else would have a motive to kill her? Unless Wilma, who’s harboured a secret crush on the dentist for more than a decade, got jealous enough to pick a peck of poison and ring the final bell on her rival . . .
Kaylee will have to do some old-school detective work if she’s to mow down a murderer–before someone else becomes dead of the class.
I need the last 12 books in the Victorian Mansion series.
I suppose you could contact Annie’s Fiction and see if you can subscribe to the second half of the series. The only other option is on the used market. I haven’t read the entire series myself, as participating authors don’t receive copies of of other books in the series.