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If you like cozy mysteries with a little romance and humor, you will love the Rose Hill Mystery Series. When one of Rose Hill’s most popular socialites is found dead under mysterious circumstances, nosy amateur detectives and cousins, Maggie, Hannah, and Claire are determined to find the killer and prove her son’s innocence. In a twist of fate, Police Chief Scott Gordon If you like cozy mysteries with a little romance and humor, you will love the Rose Hill Mystery Series. When one of Rose Hill’s most popular socialites is found dead under mysterious circumstances, nosy amateur detectives and cousins, Maggie, Hannah, and Claire are determined to find the killer and prove her son’s innocence. In a twist of fate, Police Chief Scott Gordon finds himself in the unique position of assisting the cousins in an investigation that county sheriff’s detective Sarah Albright has little interest in. Meanwhile the cousins find that shining a light on the fundraising shenanigans of a local hospital and ripping the lid off a notorious love triangle may prove just as dangerous as cornering a clever sociopath. It’s August in Rose Hill and as the old-timers say, “it’s the dog days of summer and the snakes will strike at anything.” Indeed, several nasty snakes are feeling the heat, and if the cousins aren’t careful, someone may be bitten. Sunflower Street is the eighth 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. When one of Rose Hill’s most popular socialites is found dead under mysterious circumstances, nosy amateur detectives and cousins, Maggie, Hannah, and Claire are determined to find the killer and prove her son’s innocence. In a twist of fate, Police Chief Scott Gordon If you like cozy mysteries with a little romance and humor, you will love the Rose Hill Mystery Series. When one of Rose Hill’s most popular socialites is found dead under mysterious circumstances, nosy amateur detectives and cousins, Maggie, Hannah, and Claire are determined to find the killer and prove her son’s innocence. In a twist of fate, Police Chief Scott Gordon finds himself in the unique position of assisting the cousins in an investigation that county sheriff’s detective Sarah Albright has little interest in. Meanwhile the cousins find that shining a light on the fundraising shenanigans of a local hospital and ripping the lid off a notorious love triangle may prove just as dangerous as cornering a clever sociopath. It’s August in Rose Hill and as the old-timers say, “it’s the dog days of summer and the snakes will strike at anything.” Indeed, several nasty snakes are feeling the heat, and if the cousins aren’t careful, someone may be bitten. Sunflower Street is the eighth book in the Rose Hill Mystery Series by Pamela Grandstaff. Also available in paperback.

30 review for Sunflower Street

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Back to the usual characters Sunflower Street finds the usual characters for Rose Hill mysteries back home from their vacation. We once again see the Fitzpatrick daughters solving crimes, beginning with the murder of one of the community’s wealthiest citizens. The story revolves around solving two murders, an expected inheritance that does not occur, a cheating husband, two women who vied for the cheating husband, a mistress of the same cheating husband, and a surprise guardianship role for one o Back to the usual characters Sunflower Street finds the usual characters for Rose Hill mysteries back home from their vacation. We once again see the Fitzpatrick daughters solving crimes, beginning with the murder of one of the community’s wealthiest citizens. The story revolves around solving two murders, an expected inheritance that does not occur, a cheating husband, two women who vied for the cheating husband, a mistress of the same cheating husband, and a surprise guardianship role for one of the Fitzpatrick women. There also is a focus on mental health and, in particular, on depression.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ellen White

    Gigi was having ladies over for lunch, in freshing up, she couldn’t find her perfume bottle. Instead it was on the vanity, something was wrong, welts were appearing and her epi pen couldn’t be found. Claire and the cousins get involved to figure out why she was murdered. Also goes into the personal problems some of them are facing. The family drama, gossip in this small town. Good series not to be missed

  3. 4 out of 5

    Marie Shirley Griffin

    Interesting series I really hadn't planned on reading the entire series, but it's so hard to let these people go! The characters are well fleshed out, to the point that they real in one's mind. While there are a few I'd like to slap upside their heads, many of them would be great friends. There is always a a mystery and they're usually good! Interesting series I really hadn't planned on reading the entire series, but it's so hard to let these people go! The characters are well fleshed out, to the point that they real in one's mind. While there are a few I'd like to slap upside their heads, many of them would be great friends. There is always a a mystery and they're usually good!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    The Fitzpatrick cousins are back at Rose Hill, after Maggie and Scott's honeymoon, and doing what they like best - solving crimes . So can they find the guilty party. An enjoyable cozy well-written mystery The Fitzpatrick cousins are back at Rose Hill, after Maggie and Scott's honeymoon, and doing what they like best - solving crimes . So can they find the guilty party. An enjoyable cozy well-written mystery

  5. 5 out of 5

    rhett byrd smith

    Great series! Her series was the most entertaining books I have read in such a long time. As soon as I read one, I was getting the next one. I am so sad that I have finally read the last one. A gifted author!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    Still going strong!! This is the best series I have read in a long time. One more book to go, and I hope there will be more. It offers everything. Laughter, tears, suspense, romance. Highly recommend it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Vega

    Mystery & more myster 3 cousins , Maggie, Hannah, & Claire are the " can't stop me from sleuthing cousins when a friend is found dead, possibly murdered -the suspect list is longer than they would like but they refuse to give up. Mystery & more myster 3 cousins , Maggie, Hannah, & Claire are the " can't stop me from sleuthing cousins when a friend is found dead, possibly murdered -the suspect list is longer than they would like but they refuse to give up.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Osborn

    A little crazier than usual and a lot sadder.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kitten Peters

    good Another murder, rival nurses, greed a d figuring it all out. This about sums this book up. Claire also tried to get her life in order.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ellen Shaw

    An excellent series of related novellas

  11. 5 out of 5

    sharon sobzak

    Entertaining Enjoyable characters and storylines set in a small town. With each successive book you learn more about the town and feel like a member.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Marilyn

    Good the murders of a sister and then a short time later her brother.they were both different in there life stills

  13. 5 out of 5

    Joan Rogers

    Great book Rose hill mystery books are all very interesting I have enjoyed all the books read so far hoping to read plenty more

  14. 5 out of 5

    Johnna Eisenbarth

    Review: Sunflower Street I enjoyed this book, the author did a good job of keeping my interest. I liked the characters and the plot.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Florbert M

    Easy read Easy read, a bit like Alison golden's " a body in the wood". The laurie character is a somehow troubling, raising complex questions about the dead.... Easy read Easy read, a bit like Alison golden's " a body in the wood". The laurie character is a somehow troubling, raising complex questions about the dead....

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton

    Excellent as usual. Eugene's mom, Gigi is murdered, and Claire finds herself the appointed guardian of Eugene, a 40 year old classmate of the girls' who has led a very sheltered life, due to many medical issues. Who killed his mom, and then his uncle, and are they out to get him next? Meanwhile, Claire is battling with major depression, brought on by her own lack of a job or sense of direction, and the sudden brutal death of Laurie. Ed and her cousins are all there for her, as she watches her fa Excellent as usual. Eugene's mom, Gigi is murdered, and Claire finds herself the appointed guardian of Eugene, a 40 year old classmate of the girls' who has led a very sheltered life, due to many medical issues. Who killed his mom, and then his uncle, and are they out to get him next? Meanwhile, Claire is battling with major depression, brought on by her own lack of a job or sense of direction, and the sudden brutal death of Laurie. Ed and her cousins are all there for her, as she watches her father get steadily worse. It's a hard and honest look at depression and why sometimes medication is a real help. A great series, that looks at some hard issues about life in general and how we all deal with the things that happen around us.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Carlin

    I'm sad to be at the end of this series but happy I read the books in order, one after the other. I hope there will be more. This episode (yes, it would make a great TV series) again fleshed out Claire, still grieving over Laurie 's death but settling into her relationship with Ed. Claire has been appointed the guardian of Eugene in the event of his mother's death. When his mother is murdered the 3 cousins' investigation mode kicks in. Much drama, jealousy, extortion, more murder.......really a I'm sad to be at the end of this series but happy I read the books in order, one after the other. I hope there will be more. This episode (yes, it would make a great TV series) again fleshed out Claire, still grieving over Laurie 's death but settling into her relationship with Ed. Claire has been appointed the guardian of Eugene in the event of his mother's death. When his mother is murdered the 3 cousins' investigation mode kicks in. Much drama, jealousy, extortion, more murder.......really a fun romp.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Louis Stacy

    Excellent prose Panel's characters are quite vivid. Her stories are like reading about real flesh and blood people and their struggles and weaknesses. I enjoyed the entire series and give my whole hearted recommendations to her books. Thank you Pamela for not putting in vulgarity and language. To me cussing shows ones inability to articulate their words properly. You nailed it in your entire series. Excellent prose Panel's characters are quite vivid. Her stories are like reading about real flesh and blood people and their struggles and weaknesses. I enjoyed the entire series and give my whole hearted recommendations to her books. Thank you Pamela for not putting in vulgarity and language. To me cussing shows ones inability to articulate their words properly. You nailed it in your entire series.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    Another fun entry in the Rose Hill Mysteries series finds Claire mourning the death of the temporary police chief and trying to figure out where to go with her life. Meanwhile she and her cousins are trying to solve the murder of another prominent Rose Hill citizen. This is the last of the series so far. I´ll be interested to see if she continues it.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    Another great Rose Hill mystery! I'm still very partial to the character Claire, and Eugene was another great addition to the small town mystery series. All the residents in Rose Hill have very realistic personalities and problems. This is the last instalment so far; can't wait until Ms. Grandstaff publishes her next book! Another great Rose Hill mystery! I'm still very partial to the character Claire, and Eugene was another great addition to the small town mystery series. All the residents in Rose Hill have very realistic personalities and problems. This is the last instalment so far; can't wait until Ms. Grandstaff publishes her next book!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michele bookloverforever

    2 murders in a small town and a wealth of suspects....a lonely and handicapped young man finds solace in the care of old friends...nosy cousins search for the murderers...

  22. 4 out of 5

    diana west

    Sunflower street Rose Hill Mystery I read all 8 books in the series and recommend them strongly. There is love ,sadness, and all of real life experience with humor.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Balthaser

  24. 4 out of 5

    Larie

  25. 4 out of 5

    karen

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

  27. 4 out of 5

    Eddie hulse

  28. 5 out of 5

    Conni Benham

  29. 5 out of 5

    Pam

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra Devidal

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