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Pecan Valley Series

Grandmother's Flower Garden -
No. 1 in the Pecan Valley Series


When Bea first arrives in Pecan Valley she’s accompanied by thunder and lightning, and she tells herself the storm will pass. She also tries to convince herself that she’s taking an early retirement, looking for a quiet place to work on her quilts, putter around in her new garden. But returning to the place where the event happened thirty years ago sparks a longing to find out what took place after Bea left Pecan Valley. Although the clouds have now dissipated, another storm is hovering over her new home and when someone is murdered, she has second thoughts about moving to a small Texas town.   









Birds in the Air  
In the second Pecan Valley Mystery, Biddie's niece is missing and Bea tries to comfort her friend. After all, many people who are learning to fly take opportunities to rack up their airborn miles, she assures her. But as time goes on Bea herself becomes worried that Rina may have been kidnapped and when news breaks that there is an escaped convict in the area they all fear for Rina. Never one to shy away from a mystery, Bea gathers up her friends and together they search Pecan Valley for clues.











Night and Day

Not all is what is seems in Pecan Valley and Bea can’t quite put her finger on what is wrong. She’s hoping Marge won’t become a permanent house guest and encourages her to look for a new home, but while they are scouting the neighborhood they end up looking for more than a house for Marge. What Bea wants to uncover is the unsavory dealings of a ruthless realtor and a murderer that might put Bea on the list of victims.












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