A mysterious ghost known as the Lady in the Blue Raincoat, old bones found on the grounds of the Spirit Lamp Inn, the Lakeview Collie Rescue League’s error that could result in a lawsuit—all of this and more in Dorothy Bodoin’s newest Foxglove Corners mystery. Her seventeenth book in this series is entitled Dreams and Bones and is definitely a must read.
Bodoin’s intricate skill in weaving a series of mysteries is brilliant, for once again I found myself in a race to the end to discover who the killer is and whether Jennet would escape with her life intact.
Bodoin’s Foxglove mysteries have become a huge part of my life and I look forward to the next one. They are definitely worth reading, and spending time in Foxglove Corners is an adventure you won’t want to miss out on. I heartily recommend this book.
Dorothy Bodoin, a full-time writer of mystery and romantic suspense novels, lives in Royal Oak, Michigan, with her collie, Kinder, who provides plenty of inspiration for the fictitious collies in her books. Prior to attending Oakland University where she earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English literature, Dorothy worked for two years as a secretary in southern Italy for Chrysler Missile Corporation.
After graduating from Oakland, she taught high school English for several years and during that time wrote short stories and a Gothic novel, Treasure at Trail’s End, later published by Wings ePress. Her first published work was Darkness at Foxglove Corners, the first in the Foxglove Corners Cozy Mystery Series.