The Darling Dahlias and the Confederate RoseLarge Print - 2012
"For the Confederate Day celebration, the Darling Dahlias are ready to plant Confederate roses along the fence of the town cemetery. Miss Dorothy Rogers, club member and town librarian, would be quick to point out the plant is in fact a hibiscus. The Confederate rose is not the only thing that is not what it first appears to be in this small Southern town. Earle Scroggins, the county treasurer, has got the sheriff thinking that Scroggins' employee Verna Tidwell (also the Darling Dahlias' trusted treasurer) is behind a missing $15,000. Meanwhile Miss Rogers has discovered her own mystery-what appears to be a secret code embroidered under the cover of a pillow, the only possession she has from her grandmother" -- Cover verso.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, 2012.
Edition: Large print ed.
Branch Call Number: ALBERT S
Characteristics: 455 p. ; 22 cm.