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THE HOUSE WITH NO ROOMS LESLEY THOMSON

April 11, 2016

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THE HOUSE WITH NO ROOMS LESLEY THOMSON

The crimes of the past echo in the present in a new case for the Detective’s Daughter.

The summer of 1976 was the hottest in living memory. Britain sweltered, trees and plants wilted, fire ripped through forests and rivers ran dry.
In the Botanical Gardens at Kew, a lost little girl stumbled upon a deserted gallery deep in the undergrowth. Dizzied by the heat, she thought she saw a woman lying dead on the floor. But when she opened her eyes, the woman had gone.
Forty years later,  Stella Darnell the detective’s daughter, is investigating a chilling new case a man lays dead in Kew Gardens. What Stella uncovers will draw her into the obsessive world of botany, and towards an unsolved murder that has lain dormant for decades.
Lesley set her new novel in Kew Gardens because she spent special times there, as a child and as an adult.
Published by Head of Zeus
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