Review of Show Me The Bunny

Laurien Berenson is an author whose books I’ve greatly
enjoyed in the past but who fell off my radar for no
particular reason other than “so many books, so little
time”. My thanks to Mary for reminding me 😉.

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Show Me The Bunny

A Melanie Travis Mystery Book #29

Laurien Berenson

5 Stars

Synopsis:

Melanie Travis is gifted at raising prize-winning Standard Poodles, not standing in as the Easter Bunny. But when March in Connecticut brings daffodils and dead bodies, she’ll need to hop into action—and fast . . .

Aunt Rose already has a strike against her for not being too fond of dogs—or Aunt Peg. But Melanie still agrees to organize Easter festivities at Gallagher House, the new women’s shelter opened by the stern former nun, even if it takes all the jellybeans in Greenwich to sweeten the arrangement. No sooner does Melanie arrive to dye multicolor eggs and stuff baskets, than she learns devasting news about Beatrice Gallagher, the respected benefactor of the estate. Beatrice has fallen to her death, and the circumstances are shocking . . .

No one can say why or how charitable…

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