Practice to Deceive (BOK)

Norman Robbins

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This title features M3, F5, 2 M or F. A living-room. The gruesome discovery of several dead bodies buried on the moor sparks a police investigation and a heavy media presence in the remote North Yorkshire village of Chellingford. When Adrian Brookes shows up at Jessica Scanlon's cottage, however, it's with another line of enquiry in mind. His sister, Laura, has disappeared, and he thinks watercolour artist Jessica might be able to help him find her. Jessica's friend Etta has also gone missing, and when she is called upon to identify one of the bodies discovered by the police, she confirms that it is Etta. But Jessica's landlady Mildred seems to have other ideas. A mysterious suicide, an elaborate insurance scam and the arrival of nosy true crime writer Diana Wishart create further layers of intrigue that lead to a thrilling denouement. It features Adrian Brookes, late 30s, Mildred McBride, late 60s, Gavin Purdie, 40s, Donald Caffrey, about 70, Jessica Scanlon, early 40s, Diana Wishart, 20s, Susan Tonks, slightly older than Diana, Rhoda Bradstock, 50s, Detective Inspector Dyson, male or female, 40s, and, Detective Sergeant Morley, male or female, 30s.

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Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Heftet
Utgitt 2012 Forfatter Norman Robbins
Forlag
SAMUEL FRENCH
ISBN 9780573113420
Antall sider 82 Dimensjoner 13,7cm x 21,7cm x 0,5cm
Vekt 100 gram Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd