Daisy & Rose Mysteries

Pushing Up Daisies

Break out the cocktails! Daisy and Rose are back on the case. From the moment Daisy encounters a ghost on a deserted country road to the climactic showdown with the killer in a historic mansion, Pushing Up Daisies is a deliciously sassy mystery brew. Filled with colorful characters, family secrets, and the supernatural, Pushing Up Daises is a must read cozy on a chilly fall or winter night. –

Kathryn O’Sullivan, author of the Colleen McCabe Mysteries

*** These cozy mysteries offer a host of plot twists, intrigue, and enjoyable characters,

notable among this last group being the sisters’ feisty, quirky, yet insightful mother, Angela Forrest.  Jessica Driscoll, The Big Thrill

                                  

*** “Murder, blackmail and intrigue come to the streets of Bowie!” Gazette.Net

It took almost sixty years to do it, but with the publication of Roses and Daisies and Death, Oh My, Penny Clover Petersen managed to begin a series of modern cozy mysteries featuring two rather nosy, cocktail-loving sisters, Daisy and Rose Forrest.

Come join them and their band of merry eccentrics as they sail on the Chesapeake Bay, take on Daisy’s ex, chase down poisonous penners and blackmailers, see ghosts, find love and some great cocktail recipes. And, of course, catch the killer!

 

 

Join her fans following her on Facebook and Twitter.

or contact Penny directly at pennypetersen@rocketmail.com

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  1. Penny, I just received an email from you. Here it is: “How are you all doing up there? I don’t know how else to do it so I am going to ask you. I need $980.00 as I am in a bind and I don’t know who else to talk to. If you can’t help me, I will understand if you can, I will pay you back once I am back from Kenya. Please let me know and also please keep this conversation among us. I am ashamed to do this but I have to at least try.

    Wait to hear from you and thank you in advance and may God bless.”

    Penny, Did you really send this email? Or, did someone highjack your email address? It doesn’t look legitimate. Please let me know.

    NLAPW-DC BRANCH PEN WOMAN

    • Sadly, I was hacked. Sorry you got the email, but I am not in Kenya and really don’t need $980 at the moment.

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