A Real Basket Case by Beth Groundwater

Beth Groundwater introduces Claire Hanover, restless and underappreciated housewife, gift basket maker, and reluctant sleuth, in A Real Basket Case.  Hanover’s gullibility drives her to make decisions that put her in danger and sometimes manages to save her.  Her devotion to her husband and her motivation of saving her marriage are entirely believable and engaging in Groundwater’s capable hands.  Groundwater writes all her characters with dimensions that show frailty, generosity, and the basic “humanness” shared by humankind.  Readers will cheer for Hanover to succeed and commiserate with her failures.  A Real Basket Case is the first in a series that promises to entertain readers who enjoy a lighthearted, engaging mystery for years to come.


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