Series: Gardening Mysteries

Author: Ann Ripley

Mulch (1998)
3.31 of 5 Votes: 5
Rooting out a killer can dig you a grave... Amateur gardener and housewife Louise Eldridge has big plans for her family's new Sylvan Valley home, situated among the flower of suburban Washington, D.C., society. Some Japanese iris here, some skunk cabbage there...and her own cozy cabin for her hor...
The Garden Tour Affair (1999)
3.28 of 5 Votes: 5
Everything's coming up corpses.... — Louise Eldridge is taking her popular television show, Gardening with Nature, on location to film a garden tour at the historic Litchfield Falls Inn. It's a weekend in the country that promises rest, relaxation, and some of New England's most beautiful gardens...
Death of a Political Plant (1998)
3.39 of 5 Votes: 5
Horticultural heroine Louise Eldridge's TV show, "Gardening with Nature", has made her subject to an unwanted infestation of house guests. The only guest Louise is happy to see is her ex-flame, investigative journalist Jay McCormack. But when Jay is found face down in a neighbor's fish pond, it's...
Summer Garden Murder (2006)
3.35 of 5 Votes: 4
As star of public TV's top gardening show, Louise Eldridge is something of a celebrity. But now she's in for notoriety of a different kind. . . . Summer is the season for disquiet in Louise's Sylvan Valley cul-de-sac, and the tradition continues when an uninvited guest crashes a neighborhood soir...
The Perennial Killer (2009)
3.37 of 5 Votes: 5
On location in Colorado for her syndicated television show, Gardening with Nature, filming alpine butterflies and avalanche lilies, Louise Eldridge can see why this beautiful terrain is as precious as gold. Then the pure Rocky Mountain air is fouled by the discovery of elderly rancher Jimmy Porte...
Death in the Orchid Garden (2006)
3.12 of 5 Votes: 5
The opening description of swimming in the man-made lagoon at the hotel in all of its exotic beauty lured me right into the story. However,the extreme detail continued throughout the book, vivid descriptions of place and clothing and people. Way too much detail for this reader. It was a safari th...