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Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find Dandelion Murders () by Rothenberg, Rebecca/5(42). Get this from a library. The dandelion murders. [Rebecca Rothenberg] -- In California's San Joaquin Valley, Claire Sharples, a plant pathologist turned sleuth, probes the killing of a Los Angeles journalist and two Mexican fruit pickers.
The journalist was researching a. Signed by Rothenberg on the title page. Publisher's promotional botanical card is laid in. After finding a dead reporter in a drainage ditch, microbiologist Claire Sharples is unenthusiastic about solving the murder until two migrant workers are also killed, sending Claire into the heart of California's agricultural society.
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The Lonely One in Dandelion Wine. The Lonely One The Guy Who Represents Death Itself. The serial killer known as the Lonely One is a major character even though we never directly see him. Or do we. Nobody knows for sure whether or not he's the one whose body they haul out of Lavinia Nebbs's house.
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Saving the trees isn't always pleasant work, as plant pathologist Claire Sharples discovers in her third case (after The Bulrush Murders and The Dandelion Murders).
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