Sandi said: Not a bad amateur detective story but not really to my tastes.
Festering Lilies is witty and elegant. It is a pleasure to light on a new talent’ The Bookseller. Instead of the physical violence in which heroes of thrillers usually engage, Willow proves her superiority by verbal decimation. as she effortlessly trumps male condescension’ Observer. Books by Natasha Cooper.
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Book in the Willow King Series). The Willow King mysteries of Natasha Cooper are of an old style that had been modernized. There is little explicit violence; all sex is tasteful, but the plots and characterization is modern. I was reminded somewhat of . Willow King leads a double life - bureaucrat in a fictional British government bureau - Department of Old Age Pensions and as a writer of romance novels.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The Department of Old Age Pensions is not noted for drama. Nor for scandal, corruption or even the odd leak to the tabloids. Not until Algernon Endlesham. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied.
Three people die, in agony, each the victim of a different person. The police are convinced that there is no connection. In spite of the barristers' rule that any suitably qualified member of the Bar who is free to take an offered case must do so, QC Trish Maguire can't quite understand how her head of chambers, Anthony Shelley, can accept a case defending the corrupt Clean World Waste Management company. A smart plot with some clever twists' Oxford Times. Festering Lilies is witty and elegant. It is a pleasure to light on a new talent' The Bookseller.
There was no one (except of course Richard, who did not count) who could have connected the formidable spinster of DOAP with the absurdly rich Cressida Woodruffe, she told herself, and then remembered with a sickeningly deep intake of breath her feeling that someone had been watching her at Sloane Square tube station on the night of her last weekly transformation.
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Natasha J. Cooper is an English crime fiction writer. She also has a column in Crime Time. In 2007 she chaired the Harrogate Crime Writing festival. Festering Lilies (1990). Poison Flowers (1991).