Check out Marjory’s review at Goodreads.com:
“I am more than a little envious that David The Good has created a while new genre of writing: the garden thriller. We definitely need more stories like this! And if you only need one reason to read this book – the tale did make me feel proud to be a gardener.
The story focuses around an unlikely hero, Jack Brocolli, who is a single young man working at a soil testing lab. There has been a string of very bizarre deaths of prominent soil scientists and agriculture industry executives around the world. Jack unwittingly stumbles (and often fumbles) his way into a web of International intrigue when he and his boss are targeted by a radical farming cult
Who keeps killing soil scientists? If you dare to ask, you may end up as the next corpse to disappear into the Earth as compost. Jack’s entire life is turned upside-down as he’s forced into a terrifying world of international agro-industrial intrigue.”
You can read the whole review here, and get the book here.