Barnaby looks into the suicide of a woman who was married to a famous writer. Digging deeper into the case he discovers that the writers worst critic may actually be his biggest fan, and that his wife's suicide is looking more like murder.
Did You Know?
The title refers to the Venus Flytrap ('Dionaea muscipula'), a carnivorous plant that catches and digests animal prey-mostly insects and arachnids. Once a prey is attracted by it's scent the plant closes its hands capturing and digesting it. The plant gets its name from Venus, the Goddess of Love. See more