The Couple At No. 9 by Claire Douglas
Two bodies buried in the back yard of Gran's cottage?
How and when did they get there?
Saffy and Tom just moved into Gran's cottage and were having renov...
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A Botanists Guide to Parties and Poisons by Kate Khavari
1923 and it is not an easy era for women who want something more from their life - not only marriage and children but a career of some kind.
Saffron has fought her peers and colleagues for a spot on the research team and she is well suited for the job but fighting prejudices and
sneers from her colleagues is getting too much to bear. When her boss who has always been supportive of her is accused of murder, by using his
botanical knowledge to kill off a fellow researcher, Saffron knows she has to use her analytical skills as best as she could to get him free.
The botanical theme throughout the book, the characters not just the main one all added interest and substance to the story. The touch of
romance was judiciously right not overpoweringly so and the book provided to be a good read, on a subject which for many may be boring.
Sent by Crooked Lane Books for an unbiased review, courtesy of Netgalley.