The Perfect Poison
Lucinda Bromley is a botanist living in Victorian London. She has an apparently paranormal knack for detecting poisons which makes her quite a useful friend to the police. But, in the past wrongly suspected of poisoning her fiancé, she senses peril when she discovers an aristocrat was done in by... show more
Lucinda Bromley is a botanist living in Victorian London. She has an apparently paranormal knack for detecting poisons which makes her quite a useful friend to the police. But, in the past wrongly suspected of poisoning her fiancé, she senses peril when she discovers an aristocrat was done in by a poison made from a plant stolen from her conservatory. Lucinda is a member of the Arcane Society, dedicated to the study of paranormal phenomena, and she and fellow member Caleb Jones set out to solve the case. They fall head over heels for each other, as old Arcane Society secrets emerge and a knot of danger tightens around Lucinda.
Publish date: 2009-04-21
Publisher: Putnam Adult
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: The Arcane Society (#6)
The Perfect Poison by Amanda Quick Book 6 of Arcane Society Plagued by rumors that she poisoned her fiancé, Lucinda Bromley manages to live on the fringes of polite society, tending her beloved plants—and occasionally consulting on a murder investigation. For the notorious botanist possesses a ...
I really did enjoy this book, and it's probably the first historical in Jayne Ann Krentz's Arcane Society that I actually, really liked. For whatever reason, I'm not certain. The characters were great, and the romance wasn't entirely formulaic Amanda Quick. I will post a more thought-out review ...
Long story short, I liked this one much better than "The Third Circle." I am still not thrilled about the lack of a true ending with these books though. The way that Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz, etc. wrote these, is that you have to read contemporary and regency books in order to follow this seri...
When I first started giving audiobooks a try on my commute to work, I checked out the audio version of this book on CD and quite enjoyed it. It's been a few years, so when I saw it on the library shelf I impulsively grabbed it to see how well I liked the story after reading it. It was good, but i...
Lucinda Bromley has a rare talent, she can detect almost any kind of poison. Her reputation is soiled by the fact that her finance died from what appeared to be poisoning. However her skills are used by the police. In the latest case she discovers that the poisoning subject was poisoned by a recentl...
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