6 edition of The Bulrush Murders found in the catalog.
The Bulrush Murders
by Carroll & Graf Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
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The Bulrush Murders was the first in a series, followed by The Dandelion Murders, the Shy Tulip Murders, and The Tumbleweed Murders (finished by another friend author, Taffy Cannon).
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and takes a new position in California's San Joaquin Valley. But when a friend dies when his motorcycle plunges into a reservoir. The Bulrush Murders – by Rebecca Rothenberg – Mysterious Press Mystery – – A Botanical Mystery. Lots of women put their careers aside once the kids come along.
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The Claire Sharples book series by Rebecca Rothenberg includes books The Bulrush Murders, The Dandelion Murders, The Shy Tulip Murders, and several more. See the complete Claire Sharples series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.
For more information on Rebecca Rothenberg's earlier books, check your local library, or e-mail Martha Rothenberg.
The Bulrush Murders, Carroll & Graf,Agatha and Anthony Award Nominee. The Dandelion Murders, Mysterious Press, The Shy Tulip Murders, Mysterious Press, Her first novel “The Bulrush Murders,” which was published late last year, combines her love of California native plants and her intrigue with agribusiness, water policy and racial tensions.
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Rebecca Rothenberg; Writer of Mysteries “The Bulrush Murders.” The book features an MIT-trained microbiologist, Claire Sharples, who moves to the San Joaquin Valley as an agricultural. In Rothenberg's first book, The Bulrush Murders: A Botanical Mystery, Claire finds herself investigating the death of a friend when he drives his motorcycle into the reservoir one night after drinking heavily.
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