Old Mr Quenenden seems not to have an enemy in the world: having retired to a cottage in Berkshire, he leads an idyllic life breeding tropical plants. Which is why it comes as a complete shock when his body is discovered in his greenhouse - murdered. In London, Peter Blair is hard at work on his own investigation into top-level blackmail in the City, but he quickly realises that the two cases have more in common than meets the eye. A complex botanical clue means Peter must dig deep to stand a chance of solving the crime - but do the answers lie on home soil after all? Wonderfully crafted yet grippingly tense, Death in the Greenhouse is a vintage J.R.L. Anderson mystery.