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Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Poisoned Primrose by Dahlia Donovan




I've not read a book with several murders involving a character who is autistic, asexual and very much part of a community. At 40 Motts has just moved to a quaint village in beautiful Cornwall with her cat and her turtle. She wants a quiet life, to become independent of her parents who hover over her all the time and get on with it.


What Motts did not expect is to find a body buried in her back garden. This was where the murders start. She did not expect to be personally attacked either because she started an enquiry of her own with her eccentric friends in the village, who all had her back but who could not protect her from someone in the village who was determined to put a stop to all the enquiries.


As is usual in villages, there is usually a lot of history in personal quarrels and this was no exception.
A British cozy mystery set in (again) stunning settings of Cornwall, and this time with a very mixed cast of characters, a touch of romance (just starting btw) and probably more to come.


Very fun read.


Sent by Tangled Tree Publishing courtesy of Netgalley for an unbiased review.



4 comments:

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

Yes, that's a character that should present a new point of view.

Mary (Bookfan) said...

I like the sound of this!

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

This sounds like a good one; glad you brought it to our attention.

jenclair said...

Autistic, asexual, and a part of the community is such a great recommendation! A cat and Cornwall, too. :)