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9780143104209 60ad0c32dd64252de98ed9eb The Secret Gardener https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ad0c34dd64252de98eda2d/9780143104209-us.jpg ‘Maruti took a newspaper package from his khaki satchel and handed it to Lalli . . . There was a wad of silky fluff inside. Nestled preciously in it, something glinted slyly like a jewel. It was one perfect fingernail, painted pink.' 24 Patwardhan Cross. The solitary bone that surfaces in the garden there doesn't mean much to police surgeon Dr Q or Inspector Savio. But Lalli, who collects curiosities, finds it curious. Things get curiouser when a dying gigolo whispers the address in terror, and curiouser still when a mummified finger with a chic manicure turns up in the same garden. Lalli might have ignored these curiosities had there not been a child at the heart of the matter . . . As she investigates what makes this garden grow, Lalli uncovers a gruesome tale. 9780143104209
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  • ISBN: 9780143104209
  • Author: Kalpana Swaminathan
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • Pages: 272
  • Format: Paperback
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‘Maruti took a newspaper package from his khaki satchel and handed it to Lalli . . . There was a wad of silky fluff inside. Nestled preciously in it, something glinted slyly like a jewel. It was one perfect fingernail, painted pink.' 24 Patwardhan Cross. The solitary bone that surfaces in the garden there doesn't mean much to police surgeon Dr Q or Inspector Savio. But Lalli, who collects curiosities, finds it curious. Things get curiouser when a dying gigolo whispers the address in terror, and curiouser still when a mummified finger with a chic manicure turns up in the same garden. Lalli might have ignored these curiosities had there not been a child at the heart of the matter . . . As she investigates what makes this garden grow, Lalli uncovers a gruesome tale.

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