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5 thoughts on “Day of the Dandelion

  1. says:

    Unusual in its subject matter and with an appealing protagonist but the plotting is a bit thin and superficial for my taste


  2. says:

    Good yarn for bedside reading It's a murder mystery and international intregue by a foreign correspondent for the BBC The book has great characters and is a nice escape from typical spy novels of the likes of Graham Greene It takes place in London Russia Zurich with no guns or terrorists It's told with a great sense of humour


  3. says:

    The notion of a botanical supersleuth has possibilities and Hemmings is a potentially interesting character but he has it all too easy hopefully his next adventure to save the world will be a little dangerous and thrilling For full review see


  4. says:

    This book is a cut above for a mysterythriller The hero is a botanical spy trying to keep industry and government from controling new research in the way plants reproduce


  5. says:

    To much politics for pleasure reading


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Day of the Dandelion

Free download Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ç Peter Pringle

Seeds of a new corn plant are stolen from Oxford University's botany lab and the professor Alastair Scott and his Russian assistant TanyaPetrovskaya are missing Alarms ring in London and Washington where intelligence officials know that Scott was working on a supergene that could allow control over the world's entire food supplyThe British government calls in Arthur Hemmings from the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew To his coworkers Hemmings is just another researcher in theherbarium but for many years he has been a secr. Unusual in its subject matter and with an appealing protagonist but the plotting is a bit thin and superficial for my taste

review Day of the Dandelion

Et service agent an outwardly rumpled but dashing covert adventurerOfficials see a Moscow plot Has Scott been kidnapped Is he dead Have Scott and Tanya fled to Russia And why is Oxford's vice chancellor withholding vital informationThe intrepid Hemmings follows a series of clues into the cutthroat world of international patents where the hunt for priceless genes is always nasty and often deadlyIn Arthur Hemmings Pringle has created an original heartbreaker of a hero a botanist detective with a dash of James Bond Faci. Good yarn for bedside reading It's a murder mystery and international intregue by a foreign correspondent for the BBC The book has great characters and is a nice escape from typical spy novels of the likes of Graham Greene It takes place in London Russia Zurich with no guns or terrorists It's told with a great sense of humour

Free download Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ç Peter Pringle

Ng murderous threats Hemmings investigates fearlessly and with devastating precision Handsome witty an ambitious cook and a wine lover he is irresistible to a much younger American female researcherDay of the Dandelion is a seductive modern hybrid of the thrillers of Graham Greene and the adventure novels of Ian Fleming filled with political scientific and commercial intrigue and laced with miracle plants deadly toxins kidnappings and car chases It will keep the reader in suspense and amused from prelude to postscrip. The notion of a botanical supersleuth has possibilities and Hemmings is a potentially interesting character but he has it all too easy hopefully his next adventure to save the world will be a little dangerous and thrilling For full review see

  • Hardcover
  • 320
  • Day of the Dandelion
  • Peter Pringle
  • English
  • 02 January 2018
  • 9781416540755