Apprehend Me No Flowers: A Madison Night Mystery

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Polyester Press, Oct 28, 2020 - Fiction

Two abandoned bodies lead to a polarized community. Can an amateur sleuth bridge the divide and help catch a killer?

After a lawsuit puts interior decorator Madison Night’s business on indefinite hold, she needs a distraction. A walk in the park with police captain Tex Allen is anything but: they discover two corpses on the property. The bodies are unidentifiable, and inconvenient weather conditions have rendered the crime scene obsolete. With no leads, the case seems unsolvable.

With time on her hands, discovers a clue that ties the victims to a local florist. A surprise court date catches her off guard, and her continuing involvement in the case may cost her more than she can afford to lose.

Can Madison dig up the evidence needed to catch a killer before the bloom fades on her business?

APPREHEND ME NO FLOWERS is the seventh thrilling cozy mystery in the humorous Mad for Mod series. If you like vintage fashion, edgy cozies, and police investigations, then you’ll love Madison Night’s latest adventure.  

Buy APPREHEND ME NO FLOWERS for a fun, petal-pushing mystery today!


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5 Stars
Midnight Blue Roses and Madison Night
This is a wonderful addition to the Madison Night story. While this episode puts the period at the end of several sentences, it opens the door for so
much more. The mystery was excellent, as always. The reader will never guess the outcome even though all of the clues were there. This book stands alone well, but the fun is in the entire series experience. I received this ARC book for free from the author and this is my honest review.  

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After two decades working for a top luxury retailer, Diane Vallere traded fashion accessories for accessories to murder. She is a national bestselling author and a past president of Sisters in Crime. She started her own detective agency at age ten and has maintained a passion for shoes, clues, and clothes ever since. 

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