Along the way, someone murders a local con woman who calls herself a therapist, a private detective trying to search out the con, Agatha's lawyer, and others.
The murders go back to before when the therapist came to Agatha's village of Carsely.
The murderer attacks Agatha sending her poison flowers. Then later the murderer attacks her in other ways. And the solution to the crime borders on unique.
To make the book even more unusual, staid Mrs. Bloxby, the vicar's wife, finds someone who turns her on.
If you can't tell, I liked this book. It had a lot happening. It was more than just Agatha chasing every man who comes her way (though she did that too). Agatha experienced real fear.
I don't read the Agatha Raisin books in order. This one refers to the one that went before and ends with a lead-in the next book. But these books stand alone well. They are fun.
I downloaded this Kindle book from my local library.