Back to the Garden


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$28.00  $26.04
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6.2 X 9.3 X 1.3 inches | 1.19 pounds

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About the Author

Laurie R. King is the award-winning, bestselling author of seventeen Mary Russell mysteries, five contemporary novels featuring Kate Marinelli, and many acclaimed standalone novels such as Folly, Touchstone, The Bones of Paris, and Lockdown. King is an Edgar Award winner and was also named the 2022 Grand Master by Mystery Writers of America. She lives in Northern California, where she is at work on her next Mary Russell mystery.


Praise for Back to the Garden

"[Inspector Raquel] Laing's investigation keeps the reader on the edge of their seat until the very last sentence. . . . Back to the Garden is the definition of a page-turner."--Criminal Element

"Superb . . . starts strong and never loses momentum as it accelerates to an intense ending. . . . Back to the Garden is storytelling at its best." --South Florida Sun Sentinal

"King skillfully misdirects the reader as the action builds to a surprising resolution. Laing . . . is a welcome addition to the ranks of contemporary female detectives. Hopefully, she'll be back for an encore."--Publishers Weekly

"Back to the Garden is a pleasant departure for Laurie R. King. It is so nice to see all original characters from her after being addicted to her wonderful Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes series."--Bookreporter

Praise for the award-winning novels of Laurie R. King

"The definition of binge-able."--Los Angeles Times

"A lively adventure."--The New York Times

"Erudite, fascinating."--Houston Chronicle

"Whip-smart, suspenseful and intricately plotted."--Shelf Awareness

"Captivating."--Us Weekly

"Highly entertaining."--The Denver Post

"Deliciously rich."--Santa Cruz Sentinel

"Extremely exciting."--Chicago Tribune

"Truly memorable . . . Laurie King brings her always amazing imagination to the page to enthrall readers, as only she can do."--Suspense Magazine

"Compulsively readable."--Library Journal

"As intelligent as it is entertaining."--Chicago Sun-Times