The Dandelion Murders ePub download
by Rebecca Rothenberg
- ISBN: 0892965614
- ISBN13: 978-0892965618
- ePub: 1583 kb | FB2: 1114 kb
- Language: English
- Category: United States
- Publisher: Mysterious Pr; First Edition edition (September 1, 1994)
- Pages: 293
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 937
- Format: azw docx mobi txt
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Adjusting to a new job at a California agricultural station, microbiologist Claire Sharples discovers some unauthorized pesticide usage at a local vineyard and a body in an irrigation ditch.
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As in The Bulrush Murders (1991), Rothenberg is knowing and exact about how lovers and other people fight, and her tale is twistier than mile-high blacktop. Before she's through, Claire will have peered so closely at every man in the case-imperious grape grower Bert Yankovich; his kid brother Emil, a stuttering liberal in love with Claire; pertinacious walnut grower Wayne Harris; even Jeff Green, her knockout blind date down in . that you'll wonder if she can ever think about a. man again without a shudder. As in The Bulrush Murders (1991), Rothenberg is knowing and exact about how lovers and other people fight, and her tale is twistier than mile-high blacktop.
With The Bulrush Murders, author Rebecca Rothenberg began her highly praised mystery series featuring microbiologist Claire Sharples. 1994) (A book in the Claire Sharples series) A novel by Rebecca Rothenberg. The dandelion-like flower doesn't grow in the San Joaquin Valley-and it shouldn't have been on the dead body in the ditch. But even finding the body can't distract MIT microbiologist Claire Sharples from her efforts to save her rocky romance with stone-fruit expert Sam Cooper-until two more bodies are found. From the authors of The Bulrush Murders. Used availability for Rebecca Rothenberg's The Dandelion Murders. New York: Mysterious Press, 1994. Fine in Fine DJ. Slight. 016656) Rothenberg, Rebecca.
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Recommended Citation. Rothenberg, Rebecca, 1970, "The Dandelion Murders" (1994).
A botanist specializing in blight, wilt, and rot, Claire Sharples has just the right credentials for investigating the dirty business of homicide. Back for a third outing in this highly acclaimed mystery series, the thorny-tempered detective puts down roots in the High Sierras of central California and finds fertile ground for old growth trees, die-hard environmentalists, and a bumper crop of murder.