Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - A New Book!

I know..Wordless Wednesday means "no words" but I am so excited that I received the latest Susan Albert mystery in the China Bayles series. If you love gardening..and you love mysteries..you will love these books! Start with the first one "Thyme of Death." No thyme to garden for me right now...I am needed to help China solve the latest murder!

14 comments:

tina said...

Oh man now I'll be wracking my brain all day (look out for the smoke from over thinking:). I recently saw a review of this book on someone's blog and it will drive me nuts until I remember it! I will look for it at the library. Sounds so good to be recommended twice! Have a great day!

Meadowview Thymes said...

Tina,
Susan has a blog, "Lifescapes". You can find a link in my favorite blogs list. Her books are so good. The sleuth, China Bayles, lives in Texas, but in Wormwood she is traveling to a Shaker Village in Kentucky. China owns an herb shop in Texas, and solves murder mysteries on the side! :) They are great books!

Susie said...

I've never heard of this writer but her books sound interesting Linda. Her shop and murder huh?

tina said...

I will go check it out. Thanks!

just jody said...

I love her books.....I've been waiting on this one too!

perennialgardener said...

Sounds like an interesting series of books! I'll have to search for it, I love a good read. :)

Brenda@View From The Pines said...

Isn't she a Texas gal? I think I've seen her blog, but I'm trotting over to it now.
Brenda

Meadowview Thymes said...

Susie, if you like murder mysteries--you will love her bookd. There are written sequencially, so I really request starting with Thyme of Death if you think you might read more. This is a Texas author. Very interesting lady!

Good Tina--let me know what you think!

Jody--love to meet another Susan Albert fan! I had the opportunity to meet her when she was in Dallas. Check out her blog "Lifescapes" if you haven't already. Link over from MT.

Racquel, do check her out. There is lots about gardens, I always learn something new--plus they are well written and I love solving a good murder mystery!

Brenda, yes she is a Texas girl. She live in South Texas. I got to meet her and hear her speak one time. She is wonderful. I recommend her books to everyone I know!

misterreereeder said...

I guess I am going to have to check!! I may be behind on reading a couple of books in the china Bayles series.

Meadowview Thymes said...

mr--let me know if you want to borrow--I have them all!!

Aunt Debbi/kurts mom said...

I just read Night Shade. Great books. I am working on getting the whole collection for the library.

Meadowview Thymes said...

Hi Debbi! So glad you are getting the books for the library! The Garland library gets them too, but it takes a while to get the most recent.

Balisha said...

Thanks for the tip on a good book to read.The author is new to me...I'll have to read one.

Meadowview Thymes said...

Balisha--these are the best books! Susan is a wonderful author. She has written so many good things, but the China Bayles books are my favorite. I hope you like them!