GREEN AS A GARDEN HOSE
A Biscuit McKee Mystery, Book 3
Rating: 3 Cups
Finally their life is beginning to settle down, and for that Biscuit McKee has one more thing to add to her grateful list. Bob has made an almost complete recovery, the library is coming along and she may actually get to take those tap lessons she has secretly longed for.
It does not bother Diane Marie Ames one whit what the people of this podunk little town think of her. In fact, they should all be tripping over themselves to make her stay more pleasant, considering the amount of money she spends in their shops.
Biscuit has never met anyone as dislikable as Diane Marie, but seeing her fall to her death rattles Biscuit more than she realizes. The woman was so abrasive and rude it is almost unimaginable that she would commit suicide, yet all of the evidence points in that direction. Unbelievably two other Diane Marie’s are visiting Martinsville, Georgia at the same time, and both women have reason to be very wary of the men in their lives. Something is just not adding up with Diane Marie’s suicide, but Biscuit cannot put her finger on exactly what, so it may be up to her amazing Marmalade to help out.
With three Diane Marie’s and more than enough suspects to go around it is no wonder that Biscuit needs a breather. In my opinion, her participation in this whole story is so minimal it is somewhat confusing that it comes down to the very end before she takes an active role. The cat personality is a strange little inclusion, but if you are as nuts about cats as Biscuit seems to be, it will be a cute addition to the story. It is a great move to have you following the stories of three different women, and I found this to be the real draw within this storyline.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More