A Body Among the Roses (Book 4)
Rosemary Lillywhite has had a lot on her tea tray: murder, intrigue, and three men vying for her affections. When her mother, Evelyn, calls and pleads with her to help put on a country garden fête, Rosemary begrudgingly agrees, never imagining that another murder investigation awaits her in the sleepy country village of Pardington. Or, that Evelyn has invited one of her suitors to the party! When a body is found among the rose bushes, Rosemary must bail her mother out of a jam—all while trying to juggle two men, the budding relationship between her brother and her best friend, and Evelyn’s imminent nervous breakdown.
A Murder Most Unlikely (Book 5)
Rosemary Lillywhite is over the moon about her budding romance with handsome Detective Inspector Max Whittington, and she can hardly wait for their first official date. When she’s invited to an art exhibition opening, Rosemary thinks a night out on the town in London will be just the ticket. What she doesn’t expect is to run into one of Max’s old flames, or to get caught up in another murder investigation. Will that old fire be rekindled, or will sparks fly between Rosemary and Max?
Most Definitely Murder (Book 6)
This time, there’s no doubt about it: somebody is dead, and Rosemary Lillywhite is on the case. With a mass murderer on the loose in London, Vera and Frederick planning a rushed elopement, and the perfect wedding gown just out of reach, Rosemary has enough fires to put out. But then, when her beloved butler, Wadsworth, is caught standing over a dead body—quite literally red-handed, she must figure out a way to solve the case and prove his innocence. In the midst of more than one crisis, will Rosemary’s relationship with Max be put on the back burner? And will she convince Vera and Frederick to reconsider their plans before Evelyn’s head explodes?