Fatal Feverfew

Lucia goes to stay at an isolated healing retreat in the hope of recovering from a recent illness, but finds herself suspected of poisoning the hostess. Reluctantly taking on the role of detective, with the help of the local doctor she succeeds in uncovering the true course of events. Set in 1980s England, this traditional-style mystery is a light read which includes some medical themes. More

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Words: 61,290
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310010354
About Jennifer Barraclough

After writing and editing medical books for many years, I recently turned to fiction. So far I've published six short novels, with elements of mystery, romance and black comedy. I come from England, where I worked as a medical doctor specialising in psycho-oncology, until in 2000 I moved with my husband and cats to New Zealand and developed a new career as a Bach flower practitioner, life coach and writer. My other interests are choral singing and animal welfare.

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