Murder in a Basket

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Thorndike Press, 2012 - Fiction - 411 pages
24 Reviews
"College librarian and struggling artist India Hayes isn't sure how she was talked into running a face-painting booth at the Founders' Day Festival. But there she is in gingham dress and mobcap, on a chilly late October day. Then india discovers the body of basket weaver Tess Ross on the grounds. Tess leaves behind an angry blacksmith husband, greedy siblings, a dysfunctional artists' co-op, and a chocolate labradoodle with a two-million-dollar trust fund, and a confused adopted son who begs India to investigate his mother's murder" -- Cover verso.

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User Review  - murderbydeath - LibraryThing

This is the second book in the series and while it's an improvement overall, I still think the secondary characters need a lot of work. The main character of India seems only to fight with her 'best ... Read full review

Review: Murder in a Basket (India Hayes #2)

User Review  - Donna - Goodreads

India Hayes is back… and murder soon follows! India's crazy family is back, too — Carmen has delivered her twin daughters, but that hasn't slowed her down. She's knee-deep in organizing the Founders ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Amanda Flower is an academic librarian for a small college in Ohio and grew up visiting the state's Amish Country with her family. An avid traveler, she has taken recent trips to Slovakia, Ireland, Israel, and Great Britain. Her 2010 debut, "Maid of Murder", received an Agatha Award nomination for Best First Novel.

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