White Lily and a Fatal Chili

White Lily and a Fatal Chili


, cruisin-thru-the-cozies-2019, Mystery

"Entertaining, great character development, lots of twists and turns, even one of two parts I found funny. Great read for a lazy weekend or rainy day! Will definitely read more in this series!"

Helping her aunt grow her floristry business has given a purpose to Tracy’s life after she lost her dream job in the big city. She’s delighted to be introduced to a young entrepreneur who plans to open the trendiest restaurant in the Pacific Northwest. The addition of her lily arrangement transforms a dull looking room into a swanky functional space that has everyone in awe and delight.

Things take a sour turn when the jovial atmosphere of the opening night is ruined by the arrival of a rival restaurateur. The night’s celebrations are cut short when the spouse of this rival is found dead.

Did something they ate at the restaurant cause their death or something else?

The police arrest the young owner of the restaurant and make them their number one suspect. The rumor mill in Fern Grove is buzzing as the cause of the murder is discussed in every nook and corner in town.

Tracy is filled with pity and sadness as she watches this young person transform from a confident and passionate individual to a broken and bitter one.

Tracy knows how it feels to be wrongfully accused. The public court of opinion can be unforgiving in its verdict… even when the facts don’t add up. Can Tracy piece together clues that will reveal the truth and set this person free?

If you want to enjoy a light-hearted read, with an amateur female sleuth and a gripping murder mystery with a touch of romance, then you'll love Tracy Adams and all the friendly and not-so-friendly characters in Fern Grove.

No cliffhanger, swearing or graphic scenes!

Buy White Lily and a Fatal Chili to discover how events unfold in this cozy murder mystery.

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    White Lily and a Fatal Chili Reviews

  • Stephanie

    I enjoyed White Lily and a Fatal Chili. I was given a free copy of this audiobook at my request in exchange for an honest review. This is a clean cozy mystery . Tracy helps out Luke, a young man openi...

  • Alice Hazelbaker

    I received an advance copy of this book from the author in November. This is the third book in this series, where Traci has joined her Aunt Rose and Tiffany in the flower shop. When she meets someone ...

  • Shannon

    The newest addition to the Fern Grove cozy mystery series is a fantastic read with lots of twists and turns that kept me guessing until the end. The main characters, Aunt Bess, Traci and Tiffany, work...

  • Krystyna

    Greed and revenge A much better read than the last book. The flow is better, the characters feel more alive and there interaction is more real. In that it moves well to the plot. The plot itself is ok...

  • Roger

    White Lily and a Fatal Chili (Fern Grove #3), my fourth read from author Abby Reede & my third read in this series in the last 2 days. Well-written & enjoyable. another cute, clean cozy mystery with w...

  • Diane

    White Lily and Fatal Chili emphasizes transformation. The local pastor encourages the transformation of Luke, a young man in Fern Grove who has a troubled past. TracyÔÇÖs flower magic transforms LukeÔ...

  • Catherine Stratman

    Great addition to the series!Lots of twist and turns to keep me interested. Tracy tries to help an up and coming restaurateur open his new restaurant when the wife of the competition dies from food po...

  • Heather W

    White Lily and a Fatal Chili is the third book in the Fern Grove Cozy Mystery series. I loved this entertaining cozy mystery. The characters are well developed and interesting while Tracy, Aunt Rose a...

  • David Berg

    I received a free advance review copy of this book and am voluntarily providing my honest review. Another great book about Tracy and the town of Fern Grove. There's a new restaurant in town that Tracy...

  • Jennifer Laird-Lord

    This was another good book, I just love the characters and how they fit in the books. Sometimes you can figure out the killer but this one was was way off on my radar. Kudos to you for another wonderf...