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For a community psychiatric nurse, Monica Morris has an unhealthy interest in poison, and when, on impulse, she buys an antique Ship’s Doctor’s Cabinet with a set of leather-bound journals she becomes fascinated by the content.
A few days later, she discovers the body of her patient, Jan Collins, and although police assume suicide by overdose, Monica is not convinced.
When more unexplained deaths involving poisoning occur, Monica realises they are linked and so does DS Adams who is investigating. But how are they connected? And why?
When it becomes obvious that she’s unwittingly stepped into a trap set for someone else, Monica’s career, her own sanity and her life are placed at risk. But where can she turn to for help?
"The pace is great for the plot, which is well thought out and planned thoroughly to give it an added edge..." Donna Maguire - Donnas Book Blog
"I would highly recommend this book to so many readers. And I’m definitely going to be reading so much more by this author." Ami-May Smith - Shyla's Uncensored Opinions
"This story was full of intrigue and mystery that kept me turning page after page." Lorna Cassidy - On The Shelf Reviews
"Divine Poison has a tangled web of lies and secrets lurking within the pages along with a few surprises thrown in to make things interesting." Rachel Broughton - Rae Reads
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"Again AB Morgan has used her own career experiences to add her own unique style to this story." Yvonne Bastian - Me And My Books
"Overall an engaging read with a detailed plot with touches of The Da Vinci Code on a more local scale and with a strong female psychiatric nurse turned investigator." Kerrie Waller - ilovedreadingthis
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