The Woman in the Green Dress

Reviewed by:

Edna Johnson from Faith Baptist Church from Winfield, IL


The Woman in the Green Dress


Tea Cooper


Thomas Nelson

Publication release:





320 pages


This was a very fascinating book. I was interested in it because I have always been interested in Australia but opals also interest me as that is my birthstone.

Stefan poses as an author looking for fauna and flora for a book. He uncovers a wonderful lady and thus discovers a murder plot. At the end of World War 1, a widow comes to receive her inheritance and rediscovers the history of the Curio Shop along with a hidden body. Where does the opal come in?  You will have to read the book.

The story takes place in two time lines and weaves two families together.



Suggested Audience:

Young adult and adult

Christian impact:

No actual mention of Christianity but very good content nonetheless.







The Woman in the Green Dress

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