Sunday, December 21, 2008

Dearly Depotted by Kate Collins

Title: Dearly Depotted
Author: Kate Collins
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Series: A Flower Shop Mystery #3
Year Published: 2005
ISBN: 0451215850
Date Finished: December 20
Pages: 285
Rating: 4/5

From the back cover:

Well, it looks like my cousin Jillian is heading down the alter again and guess which bridesmaid is ding the flowers? Yep, me, Abby Knight, law school dropout, owner of Bloomers and-did I mention?-ex-fiancee to the best man! That's a bumper crop of trouble, even before I find a party-crashing guest dead at the reception...


Abby has her hands full at Jillian's wedding, doing triple duty as florist, bridesmaid and grandma-sitter-all while wearing a horrendous floral print that makes her look like a clown. But the real trouble starts when the groom's ninety-year-old grandma disappears from the reception. While hunting for her, Abby discovers the body of Jack Snyder, one of the guests, behind the minister's platform in the gazebo. And when Abby's assistant's new boyfriend becomes a suspect, she decides she must find out who killed Jack in the pulpit.


  1. And here's a review, I was right they are cute! Thanks for introducing me to these!

  2. S. Krishna-

    You're welcome! I think you will like them. We seem to have similar likes/dislikes with books.

  3. I read the first few of these books, but still haven't managed to read the later books. There's no reason why not because I have enjoyed the ones I have read. Maybe just not in the mood for cozy mysteries at the moment.