Deadly Wildflowers

A clean, fast-paced, cozy mystery full of twists…. Jess, a spirited woman at a crossroads in life, returns to her roots after weathering a stormy divorce and bidding farewell to big city life. Seeking solace and a fresh start, and with her loyal collie Jigsaw at her side, she reinvents herself as the owner of a dog daycare center. In the midst of their new beginnings, tragedy strikes when one of the pets enrolled at Happy Pooch is left unclaimed by her owner. When Jess takes it upon herself to drive the abandoned dog home, she discovers the owner’s lifeless body sprawled across the floor. Refusing to accept the official ruling of suicide, she begins a quest to learn the truth only to discover that in a town where everyone knows everyone, untangling facts from fiction can be treacherous. For fans of cozy mysteries seeking suspense, believable characters, and a touch of romance, “Deadly Wildflowers” is an irresistible journey into a world of breathtaking beauty where preconceptions are tested, loyalties shift, and the truth lies just beneath the surface.

Meet Rayna Morgan

Rayna has written two other mystery series. The first involves two women whose desire for adventure and knack for solving mysteries leads them to intrigue, suspense, and danger in their small beachside community. Meet the Sister Sleuths who are strong yet vulnerable, tough but compassionate, and loving yet feisty in their relationship with each other. Included in their adventures are a retired police chief who joins forces with them to open a detective agency, the head of the Major Crimes Department for the local police, and Lea’s two loyal dogs. In the Austin and Archer Mysteries, a former Texas Rangers law enforcement officer brings a high octane burst of excitement to the mix! The author has lived in various places, including towns like the ones used as settings for her stories. She loves books, movies, and television shows related to mysteries and crime, music, travel, exercise, and animals. She is actively involved in fostering dogs to help them find forever homes. Visit Rayna’s website: