Lavender lies: a China Bayles mystery

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Berkley Prime Crime, Oct 1, 1999 - Fiction - 306 pages
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Sleuth and herbalist China Bayles of Pecan Springs, Texas, joins Mike McQuaid, the town's police chief to investigate the murder of a land developer. They have to hurry if they don't want the case to clash with their honeymoon. They are getting married.

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Review: Lavender Lies (China Bayles #8)

User Review  - Diane - Goodreads

Three and a half stars! This was enjoyable and easy to read. I liked it. Read full review

Review: Lavender Lies (China Bayles #8)

User Review  - Tejas Janet - Goodreads

Lovers of cozy mysteries will appreciate the well-written China Bayles series. The bits of herbal info, lore, and recipes add a special touch. I read this for a book club challenge, but isn't ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Susan Wittig Albert is the author of popular mysteries, including the acclaimed China Bayles series; books for young adults; and books for women on life-writing and work. A graduate of the University of Illinois (Urbana) and the University of California at Berkeley, she is a former university English professor and administrator. In 1997, she founded the Story Circle Network, a nonprofit organization for women who want to write about their lives.