Penny’s Dilemma

Pene­lope Sum­mers often finds a body where she has hoped to find only beau­ty. She’s become a gar­den­er, at least part time, and hopes that her obses­sion with toil­ing in the soil will even­tu­al­ly allow her to quit her pub­lic rela­tions day-job on State Cir­cle in Annapo­lis.

In her sec­ond mys­tery, Pen­ny and her Land­scape Design pro­fes­sor from Annapo­lis Com­mu­ni­ty Col­lege are in North Car­oli­na to vis­it the famed Brantleigh Manor Gar­dens. After George Vanderbilt’s Bilt­more Estate in Asheville, Brantleigh Manor was the last res­i­den­tial com­mis­sion for the famed archi­tect of Cen­tral Park in New York, Fred­er­ick Law Olm­st­ed.

She and her pro­fes­sor are stay­ing with Penny’s Great Aunt Zel­ma in near­by Flat Rock while she attempts to solve the mys­tery of the Body in the Brantleigh Glen.

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