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Rosemary Harris was born in Brooklyn and has been a bookstore manager, a video producer, and a television executive. She and her husband split their time between New York City and Fairfield County, Connecticut, where she is a master gardener. "Pushing Up Daisies "was her first novel in the Dirty Business Mystery series.
Praise for "The Big Dirt Nap""An absolute must-read for cozy lovers. Readers of Susan Wittig Albert and Earlene Fowler will relish Rosemary Harris's exceptionally engaging new voice. Harris's delightfully witty A Dirty Business series is in full flower."- Julia Spencer-Fleming, Edgar finalist and author of "I Shall Not Want""""A wild and funny ride...a lot of fun to read."- "Crimespree Magazine"Praise for "Pushing Up Daisies""Quirky, original, and captivating . . . a sure-to-please series."- Carolyn Hart, author of the Death on Demand series"Think Diana Mott Davidson's caterer extraordinaire Goldy Schulz or Earlene Fowler's Benni Harper. Harris plots out a good story."- "Omaha"" World-Herald""An appealing main character . . . Recommend this to fans of Veronica Heley's series starring avid gardener Ellie Quicke."- "Booklist""If you like gardens and like reading mysteries, this is the book for you--a clever mystery full of garden lore, fast-paced and engaging, with a heroine who isn't afraid to get down in the dirt."- "Seattle"" Post-Intelligencer""Sophisticated social comedy, romance, and murder could give Harris a wide readership beyond the fans of amateur sleuth books."- "Connecticut"" Post""With sassy wit and smart plotting, Paula Holliday is a sleuth to watch."- Susan Wittig Albert, author of the China Bayles herbal mysteries"Contemporary cozies, such as "Pushing Up Daisies"...are reinventing themselves with likable female amateur sleuths who are smarter, less nosey, and able to work their investigations plausibly into their daily routines....A charming debut."- "Library Journal"