Roots That Kill: Secrets and Lies on Blossom Avenue (Paperback)
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Blossom Avenue is a quiet cul-de-sac in Atlanta and home to doctors, lawyers, and even the pastor of a mega church. Harold and Marilyn Rosewood are two of the neighborhood's most established residents and are the owners of the street's first modern home. In the early years of their union, the couple planted a peach tree that seemed to take on the emotions of their family, which includes two grown-up sons, their wives, and now grandchildren. After twenty-seven years of marriage, the couple has risen from poverty to the lap of luxury as professionals who sit at the top of the Atlanta social scene. Roots that Kill: Secrets and Lies on Blossom Avenue is a book series that begins at the end of Harold's lucrative career as a partner at a prestigious law firm. As he trades his case files for golf clubs and tees, his wife organizes a combo party celebrating both his retirement and their twenty-seventh wedding anniversary. This particular spring day as Marilyn prepares to receive hundreds of invited guests into their home, she notices that the peach tree has begun to lose its beautiful petals. As she searches for the cause of her beloved peach tree's impending death, she uncovers unexpected family secrets, ones that begin to wrap around and intertwine into the lives of her wealthy neighbors.