Rosemary and Laura are working to restore lawns at an exclusive boarding school when a body turns up.

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Paul Dunne
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Angelica
Michael Thomas ...
Edward Dawson
Joanna Phillips-Lane ...
Madeleine Dawson (as Joanna Phillips Lane)
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Dave Reynolds
Arthur Whybrow ...
Bill Barnes
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Zofia
Tommy Carey ...
Felix (as Tommie Carey)
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D.I. Scott
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D.S. Adams
Helen Hobson ...
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While trying to restore the lawns at a school that caters to the children of wealthy foreigners, Rosemary and Laura become involved in a murder mystery. Angelica is an attractive Polish student who spurns the advances of more than one male at the school. When one of her suitors turns up dead, she is among the suspects and the women sleuths add the death of the man to their already perplexing problem of the death of patches of grass in orderly rows. Written by Ron Kerrigan <mvg@whidbey.com>

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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D.I. Scott: What makes you so sure it was murder?
Rosemary Boxer: Well, Felix didn't cut his own throat, did he?
Laura Thyme: Unh, he was very good with his hands apparently. You found the murder weapon yet?
D.I. Scott: No. The pathologist says it was quick, clean, and businesslike.
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An exclusive boarding school is the setting for murder...
19 May 2009 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

Once again, FELICITY KENDAL and PAM FERRIS are the gardeners you better not hire unless you want to find a corpse hidden beneath the sod or in the attic. Everywhere they go, they seem to turn up nothing but troublesome murders, just like Jessica Walters on MURDER, SHE WROTE.

This particular episode gets a lift from the performance of JAMES WEBER-BROWN who stands out in the supporting cast. Of course, in all of these outings the British cast does a superb job on the odd collection of characters one can suspect of murder.

Keeping track of all the characters is something you have to do for these sort of mysteries and the name dropping gets pretty intense at times. Still, it's always a fun show to watch.


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