Poison Branches (Perri Seamore Book 1)

Perri Sea has been planning a trip to Kentucky for some time to search for an old headstone and courthouse records to document her family tree She combines the trip with a girls weekend away with her best friend, Nina The day they arrive, the news spreads through town of a young woman who was murdered in a little used cemetery With no apparent motive for the murderPerri Sea has been planning a trip to Kentucky for some time to search for an old headstone and courthouse records to document her family tree She combines the trip with a girls weekend away with her best friend, Nina The day they arrive, the news spreads through town of a young woman who was murdered in a little used cemetery With no apparent motive for the murder, Sarah Vines, the newly promoted local detective, enlists Perri s help to uncover the identity of the killer A killer who proves that one murder may not be enough to keep the secret hidden.
Poison Branches Perri Seamore Book Perri Sea has been planning a trip to Kentucky for some time to search for an old headstone and courthouse records to document her family tree She combines the trip with a girls weekend away with her

  • Title: Poison Branches (Perri Seamore Book 1)
  • Author: Cynthia Raleigh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Poison Branches (Perri Seamore Book 1)”

    1. Absolutely loved it! I read Poison Branches in two days because I couldn't put it down. And it was one of the few book I was sad to finish, like missing friends you get to know. It kept my interest the entire time and kept me guessing until the very end. Loved the characters and can't wait to read the next one!

    2. Loved it!! Being from a small town, I can commiserate. Not exactly the end I expected & I loved the twists, can't wait to see what's next.

    3. Fun read about a genealogist and her friend who visit a small town to do some family history research and visit some local cemeteries. When another genealogist is murdered in one of the cemeteries police suspect her death may be linked to some research she was doing. A police detective requests Perri and Nina 's assistance in following the dead woman's research in hopes that it may lead to a motive and even to the killer. I enjoyed the book because it reminded me of mine and friends genealogy ad [...]

    4. OK, you'll figure it out anyway, so I'll confess it now. The author is my wife. So, if you choose to believe I'm biased about her abilities, that's fair, but hear me out. She's an amateur genealogist, a student of history and Celtic culture, a lover of mysteries, and a droll wit, and I discovered through ordinary text messages her skill for sizing a complicated description up in an economy of words and making me laugh despite the scenario. I always knew she wanted to write, so, when she decided [...]

    5. Pretty good mystery with genealogy slantVery light novel but good for a quick or bed time read. I will probably read another in the series.

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