Fatality in F
Book 4, Gethsemane Brown Mystery Series
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Fresh from solving her third mystery, Gethsemane Brown’s ready to relax and enjoy her summer. Her plans include nothing more dangerous than performing in the opening ceremony of the annual rose and garden show and cheering on Frankie Grennan, who has entered his hybrid rose into the competition.
But when a mysterious stalker starts leaving Frankie floral bouquets as coded messages, Gethsemane fears a copycat may be planning to recreate the still-unsolved murders of the infamous Flower Shop Killer. Then Frankie’s main competitor in the rose show—and the reason his marriage failed—turns up dead in Frankie’s rose garden. Frankie takes first prize in the category of prime suspect.
So much for a relaxing summer.
As bodies start dropping like rose petals, Gethsemane must judge the other suspects and find the real killer. Or rose bushes won’t be the only things dead-headed in Dunmullach.
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FATALITY IN F by Alexia Gordon | A Henery Press Mystery. If you like one, you’ll probably like them all.
“Full of snappy dialogue, this paranormal cozy is pure, sparkling fun.” – Publishers Weekly
“Engaging protagonist Gethsemane Brown conducts orchestras with bravura and murder inquiries with bravery, while contending with the help (and hindrance) of a resident ghost and the Irish Gardaí. Alexia Gordon hits all the right notes in Fatality in F, fourth entry in her award-winning series, which finds Gethsemane on the scent of a garden show killer who’s trying to frame her friend for murder.” —Vickie Fee, Author of Til Death Do Us Party
A writer since childhood, Alexia Gordon won her first writing prize in the 6th grade. She continued writing through college but put literary endeavors on hold to finish medical school and Family Medicine residency training. She established her medical career then returned to writing fiction. Raised in the southeast, schooled in the northeast, she relocated to the west where she completed Southern Methodist University’s Writer’s Path program. She admits Texas brisket is as good as Carolina pulled pork. She practices medicine in North Chicago, IL. She enjoys the symphony, art collecting, embroidery, and ghost stories.