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The House on Gallows Green

Lloyd, Frances

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ISBN 10: 0719806658 / ISBN 13: 9780719806650
Published by Robert Hale Ltd
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The house on Gallows Green is a charming, chocolate-box cottage in an idyllic Somerset village. Dick and Rosemary Brown move there, to escape a gritty, drug-fuelled city and its spiralling gang violence. Rural life will be so much safer. Or will it? Why did the previous owners suddenly disappear and why will no one talk about them? Num Pages: 224 pages. BIC Classification: FF. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 241 x 169 x 27. Weight in Grams: 548. . 2012. Hardcover. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # V9780719806650

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Title: The House on Gallows Green

Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

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The house on Gallows Green is a charming, chocolate-box cottage in an idyllic Somerset village. Dick and Rosemary Brown move there, to escape a gritty, drug-fuelled city and its spiralling gang violence. Rural life will be so much safer. Or will it? Why did the previous owners suddenly disappear and why will no one talk about them? With London in the grip of a sizzling heatwave, Detective Inspector Jack Dawes and his wife, Corrie, attend the Browns' housewarming party. In the leafy tranquillity of the village Jack expects a relaxing break from crime, but soon a number of disturbing events lead him to realize there is a sinister side to Gallows Green with its thatched roofs, bright gardens and dark secrets. And murder seems to follow Jack around. With the mystery deepening and the tally of corpses reaching an all-time high, the murders must be solved before Dawes is finally able to return home...

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Frances Lloyd was born in Dagenham, Essex, and spent her childhood moving between RAF stations. She has worked as a freelance journalist and photographer, as well as in government communications, writing speeches for politicians. She began writing fiction in 2000 and won several prizes for her short stories. She now lives in the Scottish Highlands where she writes full time. Her previous novels include Nemesis of the Dead, The Bluebell Killer and The Colour of Death also published by Robert Hale

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