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Agatha Raisin : pushing up daisies /

Agatha Raisin : pushing up daisies /
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Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Reserve
R2576365 F BEAT
Adult Fiction   Tura . Available .  
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ISBN 1472117212
9781472117212
Shelf Location F BEAT
Author Beaton, M. C., author
Title Agatha Raisin : pushing up daisies / M. C. Beaton.
Portion of title Pushing up daisies.
Production/Publication data London : Constable, 2016.
Physical Description 232 pages ; 23 cm.
Carrier Type volume
Series Agatha Raisin 27
Summary Note Lord Bellington has enraged locals by saying he is going to sell off their allotments to make way for a new housing development. So when he turns up dead, poisoned by antifreeze, nobody mourns his passing. On another fine summer's day, Agatha visits Carsley's allotments where everything looks peaceful and perfect: people of all ages digging in the soil and working hard to grow their own fruit and veg. Agatha feels almost tempted to take on a strip herself . . . but common sense soon prevails. She doesn't really like getting her hands dirty. She is introduced to three keen gardeners; Harry Perry, Bunty Daventry and Josephine Merriweather are lamenting the neglected condition of a patch that has become available. But as Harry starts to shovel through the weeds and grass his spade comes across something hard so he bends down and tries to move the object. And he starts to yell . . . The body is that of Peta Currie, a newcomer to the village - but who would want to murder her? Blonde and beautiful, she's every local male's favourite. And then Lord Bellington's son engages Agatha to do some digging of her own and very soon Agatha is thrown into a world of petty feuds, jealousies and disputes over land. It would seem that far from being tiny gardens of Eden, Carsley's allotments are local battlefields where passions - and the bodycount - run high!
Subject added entry -- Personal Name Raisin, Agatha, , (Fictitious character)
Subject Women private investigators -- England -- Cotswold Hills -- Fiction
Murder -- Investigation -- -- Fiction
Genre Detective and mystery fiction
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