Mum's the Word
Abby Knight is the proud owner of her hometown flower shop, but a new low-cost competitor is killing her profits-and a black SUV just rammed her vintage Corvette in a hit-and-run. She's determined to track down the driver, but when the trail turns deadly, the next flower arrangement might be for... show more
Abby Knight is the proud owner of her hometown flower shop, but a new low-cost competitor is killing her profits-and a black SUV just rammed her vintage Corvette in a hit-and-run. She's determined to track down the driver, but when the trail turns deadly, the next flower arrangement might be for her own funeral.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 2nd 2004
Publisher: New American Library
Pages no: 293
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Cozy Mystery
Series: A Flower Shop Mystery (#1)
Book #1 In order to get the book finished, I maximized my reading time by adding a audio version for when I was in the car driving or knitting. Every time "Marco" was said, my girls would say, "Polo." I found this story because of a tv movie on Hallmark. I was interested in how much they changed t...
I saw the movie with Brooke Shields and thought it was interesting and found the books at the library and read the first book in the series. I was not fond of the main character as she seemed a bit flighty. I do note that the book was better than the movie.
A typical cozy mystery where the heroine, Abby Knight can't keep her nose out of everyone's business and proceeds to put herself and everyone else in danger. I liked the setup for this series - Abby owns a struggling flower shop with Lottie and Grace and being nosy and helpful, gets herself into si...
Well, this is a cozy mystery. Full of the cliches known to this genre. I like the main character, Abby Knight, well enough. She's the standard "quirky, spunky, stubborn independent woman". There's also the standard male interest. Oh sure he fills the role of white knight to save the damsel but he's ...
This was cute. It didn't really pick up until the very end.I'm not convinced about the love connection between Abby and Marco. I guess I have 12 more books to see that play out.