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|Publication Date||Edition||Publisher||Physical Description||Availability|
|2007||1st ed.||Berkley Prime Crime||x, 307 p. ; 24 cm.|| |
|c2007||Large print ed.||Thorndike Press||461 p. (large print) ; 22 cm.|| |
When China’s teenage son finds some skeletal remains during a local cave dig—remains...
5) Cat's claw
|First edition.||Berkley Prime Crime||ix, 292 pages ; 24 cm.|| |
|Large print edition.||Thorndike Press||459 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.|| |
China Bayles isn't happy when a Texas wind blows her husband's ex-wife, and the mother of China's stepson, into her herb shop. Sally is known to have a split personality and fall into constant trouble with the law, but she claims she has nowhere else to turn. Now its up to China to weed out whatever it is Sally's running from before the truth catches up to them all.
8) Blood Orange
A frantic phone call from her mother brings China back to her family’s Mississippi plantation—a place she’d forsaken long ago. But the late-spring air is thick with fear—and from the moment of her arrival, China knows that...
Texas herbalist China Bayles must put her upcoming nuptials on the back burner when a murder investigation entangles her friends and neighbors.
12) Widow's tears
Former big-city lawyer China Bayles worked hard to make her Texas herb shop, Thyme and Seasons, a success. Now business is booming...
14) Indigo dying
China Bayles is in a pickle. The daughter of her best friend, Ruby, has turned up on her doorstep, pregnant and in need of a place to live. And her otherwise sensible husband has announced that he's bored with teaching and ready for a career change." "Say "hello" to P.I. Mike McQuaid and Associates. There aren't actually any "associates" - unless you count Ruby and China, of course. But the title does have a nice, official ring to it. His first...
Ex-lawyer turned herbalist and amateur sleuth China Bayles attends a chili cookoff where a womanizing judge dies of an allergic reaction to peanuts. And since everyone knows peanuts don't belong in a bowl of Texas chili, China knows something suspicious is afoot...