I loved the concept of Libby trying to take over Abbys life. Which is too bad: now I'm going to have to go back to the first and read the rest of them which are hopefully as good as this one. Abby is dealing with a serious case of stolen identity. I fell in love with the characters, especially Abby's sassy, satirical attitude. She has bought a yellow Mustang convertible and even opened up a shop across from Abby's with the same yellow door and a similar name! Eight years ago Abby babysat Elizabeth Blume, a teen who seemed intent on making Abby's life miserable. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series. All links from this site were collected in an automatic manner and can not be recognized as affiliated with our site.
But imitation really becomes the sincerest form of trouble when Abby finds herself the accused dupe in a bizarre murder plot. Abby is a strong and likeable character. But imitation becomes the sincerest form of trouble when Abby finds herself accused in a bizarre murder plot. She grew up in a suburb of Hammond, Indiana, one block from the family home of author Jean Shepherd, whose humorous stories inspired Kate at an early age. I fell in love with the characters, especially Abby's sassy, satirical attitude. Libby's even trying to steal Abby's boyfriend, Marco.
Things get interesting when Libby's mom is found murdered. We do not collect or store information about visitors of our site. I liked the tension between Marco and Abby as well as the main plot with Libby taking over Abby's life. There were so many opposing clues strewn in this book that it would either live up to the hype and come up with a great resolution or disappoint. As for the break up between Marco and Abby, I found it as tiresome as their smooching offs. But imitation really becomes the sincerest form of trouble when Abby finds herself the accused dupe in a bizarre murder plot.
Also, when I first he This was my first book by this author. Shoots to kill a flower shop mystery kindle edition by kate collins download it once and read it on your kindle device pc phones or tablets use features like bookmarks note taking and highlighting while reading shoots to kill a flower shop mystery. Abby isn't too keen on renewing her acquaintance. If the server does not provide a quick download, then we remove it from the list. Worse, she has alienated Abby from her boyfriend and insinuated herself into Abby's family.
The new characters were entertaining and quite unique to say the least. Book 7 in the Flower Shop Mysteries. Read the book on paper - it is quite a powerful experience. Libby even starts getting between Abby and her boyfriend Marco. Libby's even trying to steal Abby's boyfriend, Marco. For a brief summary, Libby is Abby's former pain in the neck baby-sitting client who wrecked her life as a teenager and appears to be back for the sequel. Now that I think of it, the author didn't even bother with a suspect list.
Elizabeth imitated Abby's dress, pored over her diary, and sabotaged her love life. This book just had a great cozy story line, but the mystery kept me intrigued and guessing until the very end. Worse - nobody believe's her when Abby tells them she is up to no good. Eight years ago, Abby babysat Elizabeth Blume, a teen who seemed intent on making Abby's life miserable. Abby Knight is an amateur sleuth with common sense.
All plans for the night went down the toilet while I sat and read the night away. She starts dressing like her and buys the same car as Abby. Then the first chapter started and I remembered and figured out that would happen very soon. It's been a while since I read a book from this series. The set-up of this book is that Elizabeth Blume, formerly baby-sat by Abby, comes back to town and imitates Abby to a pathological degree.
I love the names of many of these cozy mysteries but the stories themselves don't always live up to that first thrill. I always look forward to reading about Abby's mom and her crazy designs. Elizabeth, now going by Libby, copies Abby's entire life-- she even drives a bright yellow car and opens a nearly identical shop. But when Libbys overbearing mother is murdered, suspicion falls on Abby because she matches the description of the person seen. Eight years ago, Abby Knight babysat for a problem teen named Elizabeth.
I won't say any more because I might spoil some of the fun. That is because even when conflicted the heroine still finds the charm, the golden flecks of his brown eyes etc irresistible. Also, when I first heard of these books, the creative titles, I absolutely fell in love with each and every flowery one. Things get interesting when Libby's mom is found murdered. Abby's now accused of murder. Needless to say the mystery was wrapped up well yay! But imitation really becomes the sincerest form of trouble when Abby finds herself the accused dupe in a bizarre murder plot. This has always been one of my favorite series and I have been meaning to go back and reread them.