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Garden of Secrets Past (2011)

by Anthony Eglin

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Caught up in a centuries-old family conflict when he investigates a murder on the grounds of Shugborough Hall, Laurence Kingston tracks down clues pertaining to a code contained within an ancient, unbreakable garden monument.
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In Eglin’s mystery novel, Lawrence Kingston is determined to solve an unsolved death at a country estate after hearing that a man’s body had been found near a strange monument whose inscription has yet to be deciphered. Once he learns that his old enemy—Lord Francis Morley—will be involved, he is less than pleased. Before long, a local historian is poisoned leaving two murders on the docket, both entwined in Morley’s sinister past. With determination, Lawrence digs on finding secrets multiplying as he moves toward a ruthless killer before he strikes again.

A wonderful addition to the An English Garden Mystery series. ( )
  debbieaheaton | Feb 18, 2014 |
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Caught up in a centuries-old family conflict when he investigates a murder on the grounds of Shugborough Hall, Laurence Kingston tracks down clues pertaining to a code contained within an ancient, unbreakable garden monument.

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