Murder in a Basket
"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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LibraryThing ReviewUser 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