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Praise for the Greenhouse Mystery Series

Rooted in Deceit

Rooted in Deceit

Book 4

“Lively characters, a charming setting, red herrings galore, and a satisfying denouement make this entry a winner.”
Publishers Weekly

Seeds of Revenge

Seeds of Revenge

Book 3

“Worth a read among the traditional cozies…”
The New York Times Book Review

“Complex characters, interesting twists, and a charming setting add up to a satisfying mystery.”
Publishers Weekly

“Cunning crimes, charismatic characters, and a cozy (if occasionally murderous) community all set this series, and story, apart—as does the authenticity and assuredness with which the author writes.”
Criminal Element

“Although bearing all the hallmarks of a cozy (small town, interesting characters, no sex, little blood), Seeds of Revenge is a complicated and eminently readable mystery.”
Mystery Scene Magazine

“In Seeds of Revenge, Wendy Tyson takes a quaint, picturesque snow globe of a town celebrating Christmas and adds the arrival of a darkly dysfunctional family to weave a page-turning, gritty-cozy tale of mystery and suspense that will keep you guessing until the end. Megan is a smart, fiercely loyal heroine you’ll adore and want to hang around with for books and years to come.”
—Annette Dashofy, USA Today bestselling author of the Zoe Chambers mysteries

“When the Love Chemist hits town the scent of murder fills the cold winter air in Winsome. A despicable man is murdered and suspects pile up faster than the snow. Just when you think you have it figured out Seeds of Revenge skids in a new direction. This complex plot has more surprises than Christmas morning.”
—Sherry Harris, Agatha-nominated author of the Sarah Winston Garage Sale Mystery Series

Bitter Harvest

Bitter Harvest

Book 2

“Tyson’s first-rate second Greenhouse mystery stars big-city lawyer turned small-town organic farmer Megan Sawyer, a kind, intelligent, and spirited woman with great integrity. In short, she’s the sort of person cozy readers warm to and root for.”
Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Bitter Harvest is a delightful read. It has everything you could want in a mystery—a spunky heroine with a charming love interest, quirky characters, a setting you desperately want to visit, and a plot that keeps you guessing!”
—Amanda Lee, author of Better Off Thread

“An exceptional cozy, Bitter Harvest offers up a veritable feast for mystery fans: a beautifully drawn setting, engaging characters, and plenty of twists and turns that will keep readers guessing. The suspense deepens with every scene…Tyson has crafted a fresh, intelligent, compelling story that’s sure to satisfy.”
—Cynthia Kuhn, author of The Art of Vanishing

“A perfectly-crafted smorgasbord of suspense, family drama and small-town intrigue.”
—Liz Mugavero, Agatha-nominated author of Custom Baked Murder

A Muddied Murder

A Muddied Murder

Book 1

“Tyson gives us an evocative sense of place, a bit of romance, and dimensional characters with interesting backstories. Readers are left looking forward to the next book in the series and hankering for organic mushroom tartlets.”
Publishers Weekly

“Charming and entertaining cozy series debut…Megan is a spunky heroine who loves her family and wants to succeed. Readers of animal-centric cozies will flock to this.”
Library Journal

“A warmhearted mystery with an irresistible cast of characters, two- and four-legged alike. Tyson’s small town setting is a lush bounty for the senses, and the well-structured plot will keep you guessing right up until the satisfying conclusion.”
—Sophie Littlefield, Edgar®-nominated author of The Guilty One

“A phenomenal start to what looks to be a promising mystery series. Tyson packs a lot into this mystery as we get well developed characters, excellent world building, and one darned good mystery!”
Fresh Fiction

“Tyson grows a delicious debut mystery as smart farmer-sleuth Megan Sawyer tills the dirt on local secrets after a body turns up in her barn. You won’t want to put down this tasty harvest of a story.”
—Edith Maxwell, Agatha-nominated author of Murder Most Fowl

“A good story with well-developed, fun characters. And anyone who grew up in a small town will remember ‘roots’ like these quite well. This is the book to enjoy on a nice spring day—sitting back, relaxing, and discovering Washington Acres.”
Suspense Magazine

“Tyson weaves an irresistible story with delicious food, scheming villagers, and a secret worth killing for. Her heroine, prodigal daughter of Winsome, PA Megan Sawyer, may not carry a gun, but she’s packing brains, courage, and loads of integrity.”
—James W. Ziskin, Anthony-nominated author of the Ellie Stone Mysteries