Book Reviews of Rotten Apples (Willow King, Bk 5)

Rotten Apples (Willow King, Bk 5)
Rotten Apples - Willow King, Bk 5
Author: Natasha Cooper
ISBN-13: 9780373262441
ISBN-10: 0373262442
Publication Date: 6/1/1997
Pages: 253
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Worldwide Library
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
A strong heroine, an inventive plot with an unexpedted climax.
I liked this book clever and unpredictable.
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Helpful Score: 1
A British mystery with a clever plot to be solved by Willow King.
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From the back cover "Death...and Taxes" Willow King,civil servant,and Cressida Woodruffe, author of sweeping romances, are one and the same. But it is the former who's called into play when she is asked to probe the case of Fiona Fydgett, a famous art historian whose tax affairs are under investigation by Inland Revenue. By all accounts, Fiona killed herself...and whispers of harassment by the tax office need to be explored. But when Willow's police officer husband is mysterioulsy shot, and a fire int he tax office kills....."
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From back cover: Death ... and taxes
Willow King, civil servant, and Cressida Woodruffe, author of sweeping romances, are one and the same. But it is the former who's called into play when she is asked to probe the case of Fiona Fydgett, a famous art historian whose tax affairs are under investigation by Inland Revenue. By all accounts, Fiona killed herself - and whispers of harassment by the tax office need to be explored.

But when Willow's police officer husband is mysteriously shot, and a fire in the tax office kills the investigator on the Fydgett case and nearly kills Willow, a simple case turns both urgent and very personal...