Celia Grant Does Not Have Time For Another Commitment But When This Charming Botanist And Amateur Sleuth Extraordinaire Sees The Disarray At Monk S Mead, The Famous English Garden Designed By Gertrude Jekyll, She Has No Choice But To Become Its Trustee.She S Undeniably Intrigued Why Does This Glorious Garden Suffer From Such Serious Neglect Beneath The Untended Flower Beds, The Brutally Hacked Tree, And The Deformed And Yellowed Foliage Lies A Very Untidy Mystery.It Seems That Old Mrs Mortlake, The Garden S Owner, Has Recently Passed Away Not Unexpected For A Woman Of Ninety, Yet The Coroner Has Given The Case An Open Verdict Leaving Doubt As To How The Elderly Woman Got The Overdose That Killed Her Neighborhood Gossips, However, Are Certain They Say That Mary, Lady Lindsay, Killed Her Mother Publisher S Description
John Sherwood is an author of fiction He wrote the cozy Celia Grant Horticultural mystery series, amongst others.
- 186 pages
- The Mantrap Garden
- John Sherwood
- 22 February 2017 John Sherwood