Rosemary and Laura work on re-planting the historic Regent's Park garden, filled with its colorful flowers and an array of permanent visitors. But hidden amongst these frequenters of the ... See full summary »

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Rosemary and Laura work on re-planting the historic Regent's Park garden, filled with its colorful flowers and an array of permanent visitors. But hidden amongst these frequenters of the park are many secrets soon to be revealed, all mysteriously connected to a three-legged dog. Written by Nadia Nassar

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Interesting series puts three legged dog in the spotlight...
12 February 2008 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

This particular segment is very much in the vein of Agatha Christie mysteries in that the murdered victim was not intended to be the one killed, but all because someone mistakenly believed him to be the owner of a three-legged dog. This sort of "victim by mistake" theme was found in many a Christie story, but it works beautifully here when the entire plot is revealed--and makes a lot of sense, rather than just a contrivance.

FELICITY KENDAL and PAM FERRIS do their usual fine interpretations of the intrepid gardeners who are as inquisitive about murderous events as any detective. The photography of lush English gardens graces the story's background in the subtle low-key British color so typical of these series.

The revelations at the end give the whole story a satisfying and credible reason for the murderous intentions, which in itself is reason to admire any murder mystery. Well done.


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