Featured: The Trash Harem by Marilyn Meredith
Review: It’s an Agatha Christie-style mystery set in an adult community in California. A clever title with a clever plot.
Deputy Tempe Crabtree has retired from her job in Bear Creek when friends, who once lived in Bear Creek and attended Pastor Hutch’s church, ask her to visit them in Temecula.
The husband, Jonathan, is a suspect in what might be a murder case. The retirement community includes many interesting characters, any of whom might have had a better motive than Jonathan.
There is also a connection to Erle Stanley Gardner as well as the Pechanga Old Oak. What is a trash harem?
You’ll have to read the book to find out.
Meet Marilyn Meredith:
I’m the author of the Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery series and the Rocky Bluff P.D. crime series under the name, F. M. Meredith. I’ve also written stand-alones in other genres including historical family sagas and horror.
Reading and writing have been a part of me since I was a little girl–a very long time ago. I love to hear from readers who have enjoyed my books.
I’ve made many new and good friends among the readers and writers at various mystery conventions and conferences.
Hubby and I live in the foothills of the Sierra much like the place where my heroine Tempe Crabtree lives. And we once lived in a beach community that resembles Rocky Bluff.
I’ve also written several stand-alone books for Kindle and paper.
I love to hear from my readers or have them visit my webpage at http://fictionforyou.com.
Review by Patricia Gligor:
The Trash Harem by Marilyn Meredith is a great addition to the author’s Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery series.
Tempe has just retired and she and her husband, Hutch, are looking forward to some peace and quiet for a change.
But, when an old friend asks for her help, Tempe’s passion for solving crimes once again places her in the middle of a murder.
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