Book Review: MURDER AT THE AZALEA FESTIVAL

In Wilmington, the azaleas are blooming, the dogwoods are flowering and the bodies are dropping faster than cherry blossoms on a windy day. But it’s spring, and Ashley Wilkes, historic preservationist, is much too distracted by love to give a thought to recent homicides, until one occurs at a garden party where she’s a guest. When her client is arrested for murder, Ashley tries her darnedest not to get involved. But she knows the actress is innocent. And just who are her most promising suspects? Why, the entire cast of a hot, new locally-produced television series.

“A fun pre-Festival read.” Wilmington Star-News

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This is a great mystery. I love the characters, the plot, the twists and turns. I like this book by Ellen Elizabeth Hunter. It is interesting, enjoyable and funny. Leaves me knowing I will read every one in the series. I also like the history included about the area and people.

Blooming Now :

https://azaleatrail.org/Discover Lafayette’s Historic Azalea Trail.

Christened in 1938, the trail is a showcase of beautiful 

Historic & Cultural Districts of various types of architectures.

 Acadian Creole, French Colonial, Jacobean, Collegiate,  Romanesque,

Greek Revival, Bungalow and Queen Anne just to name a few.

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