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Includes bibliographic references and index.
|Statement||by Frank Bamford|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 344 pages :|
|Number of Pages||344|
Book of Poisons is the comprehensive reference you need to create deaths by poison without stopping readers dead in their tracks over misguided facts/5(55).
The book title comes from a poison used in the novel (aconite, monkshood) that has been considered the "Queen of Poisons" since ancient times. (It comes from the plant pictured on the book cover.) However, the title could appropriately be descriptive of the novel's main character or the novel's author/5(30).
The break down of a given poison is good, how it works and time effective, essential when you want a character to drop in a given period or drop dead much later. I noticed Amazon has a number of other writer aid books Poisons book the same publisher and many reference books /5(52).
The Book of Poisons is a book to instruct and entertain in equal measure. Following the test is a complete glossary of key poisons, their variants, and a description of the symptoms of poisoning. Gustav Schenk is a well known German writer on scientific subjects and the author of many previous books.
This is the first to be published in US.5/5(1). Poison tells the tale of year-old Kyra, a highly-skilled potions master who finds herself the most sought-after criminal in the kingdom after her unsuccessful attempt on the princess’s life. As if this wasn’t enough for a 16 year old to deal with, Princess Arianna just happened to be Kyra’s best friend, something she must struggle with while being pursued /5().
Great all around poison reference book that provides accurate information and save a writer having to go through book after book for ideas to kill off characters. This book like the rest of the series is a must for any crime author/5. Poison was a fun read that will likely appeal to a wide audience.
It's appropriate for tweens and has appeal for older readers too. The story started out strong and then lagged in the middle for me. By mid book it was a 3 star read but thankfully it finished with some fun twists at the end leaving me satisfied.
So glad I kept reading/5. An Affair of Poisons is an intricate historical novel with a dash of fantasy. Filled with action, a heart-pounding romance, and deceit, An Affair of Poisons is a /5. Poison's Kiss is a fast-paced adventure with plenty of earth-shattering reveals and a romance that keeps you wanting more.
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The modern terms "toxic" and "toxin" derive from the ancient Greek word for "bow", toxon, from Old Persian *taxa- "an arrow". Poison arrows were used by real people in the ancient world, including the Gauls, ancient Romans, and the nomadic Scythians and Soanes.
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That sounded like it might be a book about sickness, death and the horrors that come with being poisoned.
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Book of Poisons can help you figure out all of the details of proper poisoning. This thorough guide catalogs the classic poisons, household poisons, poisonous animals and plants, poisons used in wars, and more.5/5(2).