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If you like cozy mysteries with a little romance and humor, you will love the Rose Hill Mystery Series. In a small town everyone has secrets, but in the picturesque town of Rose Hill someone has a secret so dark it’s dangerous. Claire Fitzpatrick returns to Rose Hill to visit family, take a much-needed rest, and decide what to do with the rest of her life. After a travel If you like cozy mysteries with a little romance and humor, you will love the Rose Hill Mystery Series. In a small town everyone has secrets, but in the picturesque town of Rose Hill someone has a secret so dark it’s dangerous. Claire Fitzpatrick returns to Rose Hill to visit family, take a much-needed rest, and decide what to do with the rest of her life. After a travel day from hell, she arrives home in the middle of the night and almost runs over a corpse. When the dead man turns out to be someone she knows all too well, Claire becomes the prime suspect in his murder. Police Chief Scott Gordon dreads working with ruthless County Sheriff’s Investigator Sarah Albright. Determined not to let Sarah incriminate an old friend, Scott finds himself bending the law in order to get to the truth. The investigation is further complicated by a shady politician and a famous actress who both have secrets they might kill to keep. It’s April in Rose Hill; as nefarious schemes and hidden motives are revealed, loyalties change as fast as the weather. Claire must decide where she belongs, whom she can trust, and just how far she’s willing to go to conceal her own secrets. Peony Street is the fourth book in the Rose Hill Mystery Series by Pamela Grandstaff. Also available in paperback.


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If you like cozy mysteries with a little romance and humor, you will love the Rose Hill Mystery Series. In a small town everyone has secrets, but in the picturesque town of Rose Hill someone has a secret so dark it’s dangerous. Claire Fitzpatrick returns to Rose Hill to visit family, take a much-needed rest, and decide what to do with the rest of her life. After a travel If you like cozy mysteries with a little romance and humor, you will love the Rose Hill Mystery Series. In a small town everyone has secrets, but in the picturesque town of Rose Hill someone has a secret so dark it’s dangerous. Claire Fitzpatrick returns to Rose Hill to visit family, take a much-needed rest, and decide what to do with the rest of her life. After a travel day from hell, she arrives home in the middle of the night and almost runs over a corpse. When the dead man turns out to be someone she knows all too well, Claire becomes the prime suspect in his murder. Police Chief Scott Gordon dreads working with ruthless County Sheriff’s Investigator Sarah Albright. Determined not to let Sarah incriminate an old friend, Scott finds himself bending the law in order to get to the truth. The investigation is further complicated by a shady politician and a famous actress who both have secrets they might kill to keep. It’s April in Rose Hill; as nefarious schemes and hidden motives are revealed, loyalties change as fast as the weather. Claire must decide where she belongs, whom she can trust, and just how far she’s willing to go to conceal her own secrets. Peony Street is the fourth book in the Rose Hill Mystery Series by Pamela Grandstaff. Also available in paperback.

30 review for Peony Street

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tulay

    Light reading. It was hard to keep up with all the characters in this small town. They have many tangled relationships, but they are always ready to help and support each other. Dealing with their sick parents, and who was the hit and run driver. Enjoyed reading.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Claire Fitzpatrick returns to Rose Hill after working for the actress from hell to visit her family. At the same time a dead body is discovered and it is someone she knows. With Police Chief Scott Gordon occupied with his dying mother, who will Claire rely on to prove her innocence. Ths book is less about the mystery and more about the characters in small towns and how they all help each other. Still an enjoyable read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Frances L. Ehrig

    Town of Flowers A really good and exciting read! An attractive cast of characters that one wishes to know. The mystery certainly has an unexpected resolution. Well-written and certainly makes one wish to continue reading the entire series.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kitten Peters

    Love this book. Pamela Grandstaff did such a great job with these characters. My favorite has to be Sammy! He is such a little dickens that you cannot help but laugh at his antics. Claire come home and the story line keeps you from putting the book down.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marie Shirley Griffin

    Interesting This is not a "cozy" mystery . The characters are fleshed out so well you'd swear you actually know them. While there is a mystery, it's not the crux of this series. It's about people. Interesting This is not a "cozy" mystery . The characters are fleshed out so well you'd swear you actually know them. While there is a mystery, it's not the crux of this series. It's about people.

  6. 4 out of 5

    SylviaV

    Another great read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Osborn

    The writer has hit her stride with number 4. I nearly didn’t make it through number 1, but each book has just gotten better. Tighter, funnier and quirkier. Looking forward to the rest of this series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Linda Goodlett

    Peony street I love these books! I will be starting the next one this afternoon. I can't wait! Love these characters, the friendships they have ! Peony street I love these books! I will be starting the next one this afternoon. I can't wait! Love these characters, the friendships they have !

  9. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    Enjoyed the large family interaction, and the small town closeness.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Pretty good. Did fine despite not reading previous. Solid 3*

  11. 4 out of 5

    Marilyn

    Good this book is one that is all about how people in this small town sict together and how people can forget that this how it is

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton

    I'm glad I decided to continue this series as I was not too happy when Maggie told Scott to move along even though she still loved him and he her. This book brings them back together as Scott's mom dies of cancer and he needs Maggie to lean on. There is also a murder to solve... Someone hit a man in the middle of Rose Hill in the middle of the night and left him to die. Scott works to oncover the killer while Claire comes back to town to see how life might be after her big time working for a Hol I'm glad I decided to continue this series as I was not too happy when Maggie told Scott to move along even though she still loved him and he her. This book brings them back together as Scott's mom dies of cancer and he needs Maggie to lean on. There is also a murder to solve... Someone hit a man in the middle of Rose Hill in the middle of the night and left him to die. Scott works to oncover the killer while Claire comes back to town to see how life might be after her big time working for a Hollywood Megastar with more money and a sense of privilege than anyone should ever have. (the movie star, not Claire). Scary in some parts where the movie star tries to take over everyone's life and where the maybe killers get into it at the bank, but it all works out in the end, and at least Maggie and Scott are together again.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Carlin

    Great series. The personal stories of Rose Hill residents took precedence over the murder that began the story. We got to meet Claire, the other Fitzpatrick cousin who has been working for an egotistical Hollywood star for 20 years but decides to quit and return home. Maggie, Hannah and Scott played their parts. One main difference with the prior books is this one takes place 3 years later. That's a relief since the town had more than its share of murders in a short period of time! On to the nex Great series. The personal stories of Rose Hill residents took precedence over the murder that began the story. We got to meet Claire, the other Fitzpatrick cousin who has been working for an egotistical Hollywood star for 20 years but decides to quit and return home. Maggie, Hannah and Scott played their parts. One main difference with the prior books is this one takes place 3 years later. That's a relief since the town had more than its share of murders in a short period of time! On to the next one.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    Book 4 of the Rose Hill series starts 3 years after book 3, and introduces a new character as Claire returns to town after 20 years working for a Hollywood star. At first she has a hard time getting back into the rhythm of small town life, but by the end she has decided to stay. The murder victim in this one is a friend of hers from her Hollywood life who came to town to see her, but is run over in the night before he connects up with her. It´s another fun trip to Rose Hill with its eccentric ch Book 4 of the Rose Hill series starts 3 years after book 3, and introduces a new character as Claire returns to town after 20 years working for a Hollywood star. At first she has a hard time getting back into the rhythm of small town life, but by the end she has decided to stay. The murder victim in this one is a friend of hers from her Hollywood life who came to town to see her, but is run over in the night before he connects up with her. It´s another fun trip to Rose Hill with its eccentric characters and close family ties.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    Three and a half stars This book wasn't as depressing as the last one in the series, thankfully. It had some dark moments, but also had some of the earlier books' levity to balance it out. The last paragraph in Chapter Ten was especially hilarious to me! This fourth instalment skipped three years in the lives of the characters, which was a little hard to follow at first, but with new characters and plotlines, the series continues to entertain. Three and a half stars This book wasn't as depressing as the last one in the series, thankfully. It had some dark moments, but also had some of the earlier books' levity to balance it out. The last paragraph in Chapter Ten was especially hilarious to me! This fourth instalment skipped three years in the lives of the characters, which was a little hard to follow at first, but with new characters and plotlines, the series continues to entertain.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Freda Walrod

    Good...but So, I expected this to be a direct continuation of the story from the first books in the series and it isn't. Still good, and the same characters are in the story, they just aren't the main characters as they were in the first 3 books. Good...but So, I expected this to be a direct continuation of the story from the first books in the series and it isn't. Still good, and the same characters are in the story, they just aren't the main characters as they were in the first 3 books.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen J Kunkle

    Wonderful read There's a little bit of everything in this book. The author weaves a little intrigue, love, memories of going back home again into a wonderful story about family. The love of parents, cousins and the community is very strong. Excellent read. Wonderful read There's a little bit of everything in this book. The author weaves a little intrigue, love, memories of going back home again into a wonderful story about family. The love of parents, cousins and the community is very strong. Excellent read.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lyn

    Great book, Claire is my favorite character in the Rose Hill series. Well written and enjoyable to read. My favorite character is Claire. Lot of strong characters. Good mysteries. Looking forward to the next book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Linda Cole

    Warm and loving Another member of the rose hill town is back along with a murder crazy people and long overdue love relationships

  20. 4 out of 5

    Emily Hamlett

  21. 4 out of 5

    julia Samson

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mary Connor

  23. 5 out of 5

    diana sifuentes

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Palmer

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

  26. 4 out of 5

    suzanne dostie

  27. 4 out of 5

    Benalyn S Seeley

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mary

  29. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mary Bird-Lowry

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