The Body in the Backyard

The Body in the Backyard Clarence Collin is pushing up daisies in Abe s bed of zinnias When the caustic critic of a TV gardening show winds up murdered in Abe s well groomed backyard both Abe and his hunky but irritating nei

  • Title: The Body in the Backyard
  • Author: Hollis Shiloh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Clarence Collin is pushing up daisies in Abe s bed of zinnias When the caustic critic of a TV gardening show winds up murdered in Abe s well groomed backyard, both Abe and his hunky but irritating neighbor Gregory might be on the suspect list Abe starts amateur sleuthing in self defensed to spend time with Gregory When the two green thumbs look into their neighborhClarence Collin is pushing up daisies in Abe s bed of zinnias When the caustic critic of a TV gardening show winds up murdered in Abe s well groomed backyard, both Abe and his hunky but irritating neighbor Gregory might be on the suspect list Abe starts amateur sleuthing in self defensed to spend time with Gregory When the two green thumbs look into their neighborhood s dirty little secrets, who knows what they ll dig up A cozy gay mystery 51,000 words

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    1 thought on “The Body in the Backyard”

    1. Just like Abe's cooking, Mary's baking, and the garden club members and neighbourhood characters all being alliterations, this book is delightfully delicious. It was also a breath of fresh air, with older MCs, bits of gardening, some feelings, mostly nice (all older) secondary characters, aspects that you can relate to in regards to people, the burbs, relationships, clubs, and a murder mystery that keeps you pretty much guessing until the end. Blog review-

    2. I really enjoyed this cozy murder mystery with a dead body in the zinnias - nice to have a gay lead character who doubles as a gardener and an amateur detective!

    3. I was in the mood for a cosy mystery and this was just what I wanted. Great protagonists, a tight knit community with lots of gossip, touches of humor, and enough worry and personal issues to make the characters sympathetic. I really hope Hollis Shiloh is planning more of these.

    4. This was a mystery that kept me quessing until the very end. Abe is a small, fussy, broken-hearted man who moved to suburbs to recover his life after a divorce from a cheating ex. He has gotten to know his neighbors through his gardening club and has taken great pride with is Zinnias. He is a little distressed with his new neighbor, Gregory when he digs up his yard in pursuit of his permaculture ideals. One cruel and snobby television gardening expert, s stunned and hurt gardening club, and one [...]

    5. I've enjoyed Hollis Shiloh's books and this one was no exception. I found this one to be different from what I thought it would be but still enjoyed it. A quick murder mystery with a hint of romance between Abe and Gregory. I love the building romance between the two and the reluctance at first from Abe because of how 'rough' and different Gregory appears. But, as is said in the book, first impressions can be wrong. The good old gossip mill of a neighbourhood is what keeps these characters going [...]

    6. Abe is adorable!The story is fabulously adorable, told from the single perspective of Abe, who discovers a dead body in his zinnias. From there he does some very level headed detecting with his messy but cute neighbor, Gregory. It is a good book, where the two play by the book and use their brains, gossip and a little investigating to figure out the whodunits. It is a good laid back murder mystery with a good dash of flirting feel goods thrown in. The one disappointment is the two main character [...]

    7. Keep writing more mysteries!!I really enjoyed this sweet & cozy mystery! I hope the author continues to write more mysteriesey are my favourite subjects, next to Shifters & Steampunk. Well done!

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