Laura and Rosemary investigate the seemingly accidental death of an old friend who ran an urban garden plot being eyed by a developer.

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Michael Siberry ...
Hugo Dainty
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Paula Scott
Mark Lambert ...
Derek Kelly
Frederick Treves ...
Martin Troakes ...
Jangles
James Bowers ...
Stuart Burnley
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D.S. Sharma
Kate Benedict ...
Fiona Brown
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When Laura and Rosemary look into the dying of crops in an urban garden, Rosemary gets to visit with an old friend, who is blind but still manages to get around the complicated garden he runs. When he falls into a deep hole on the property, Rosemary suspects foul play. When she is informed that she is sole heir to the man's fortune, she feels even more responsible for finding out what really happened. Written by Ron Kerrigan <mvg@whidbey.com>

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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26 September 2003 (UK)  »

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Rosemary Boxer: [about Hugo Dainty, who is addressing the group] Very commanding, isn't he?
Laura Thyme: I'd go over the top for him anytime!
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Not so simple...the usual cast of suspects...
26 May 2009 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

The plot thickens when an urban garden is threatened out of existence by a land developer in A SIMPLE PLOT. In this case, the plot is really the pit into which the blind gardener falls. Since he's a man who knew his way around his garden with the help of a trained sight dog and his own skills, it becomes obvious to Laura and Rosemary that they have a murder on their hands.

Things get even scarier when it turns out that several people may have had motives for murdering the blind man. I spotted the real villain of the piece early on, which made the rest of the story a little less suspenseful until the final ten minutes when the suspense is given a boost by a clever ending.

MICHAEL SIBERRY is impressive as a man who seems to have a lot on his mind as the story takes a dangerous turn.


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