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St. Martin's Minotaur (February 2009)
ISBN: 978-0-312-37222-4
Second in the Dirty Business Mystery Series
Book available in paperback and ebook.

An all-expenses paid weekend at an upstate hotel with her oldest friend seems like a good idea to Paula Holliday. After all, gardening season doesn’t really kick in for another few weeks and she and Lucy Cavanaugh haven’t had a chance to catch up since they worked together in the television business. Besides, the hotel is playing host to a rare corpse flower which is just about to bloom. But when Lucy doesn’t show up and a dead guy does, it seems like less of a good idea.

Add some Ukrainian mobsters, a pair of ladykilling brothers, a bankrupt businessmen and a group of college kids who know how to party, and Paula has her hands full trying to find her friend and figure out what it is that everyone seems to think she knows . . .



"a nifty puzzle that involves native American casinos, mysterious Russians and a stinky, slow-blooming flower." --Publishers Weekly

“An absolute must-read for cozy lovers. Readers of Susan Wittig Albert and Earlene Fowler will relish Rosemary Harris’s exceptionally engaging new voice. Harris’s delightfully witty A Dirty Business series is in full flower.” --Julia Spencer-Fleming, Edgar finalist and author of I Shall Not Want

"..a wild and funny ride with a cast of characters brought to life by Paula's salty comments..a lot of fun to read."
--Crimespree Magazine

"Another winner, with a protagonist who is a delight. In Paula (Harris) has created someone you'd like to have as a friend." --Midwest Book Review

"The irrepressible Paula Holliday is back for her second outing and remains as fresh as the daisies pushed up her first time out." --The Mystery Reader