Libby Sarjeant Murder Mysteries: Murder in Bloom - Lesley Cookman Reviews
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==About the author:== Lesley Cookman is a British author born in Guildford and raised in South London. She has had a varied career having been a model, actress and disc jockey amongst other things. In her writing career she has also been diverse, writing eight fictional mysteries, three plays, short stories and in non-fiction how to write a pantomime. ==Synopsis of the story:== Strange things are happening at Creekmarsh Place and when Libby Sarjeant's son Adam gets a job there renovating the gardens she is not unhappy at the prospect. The Victorian mansion has recently been bought by television personality Lewis Osborne, but ... Read the complete review
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