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That yew tree's shade
Cyril Hare
Descripción
Año 1986
pesoInglés
Género Novela
peso0.2930 kgs
The Yew Tree's Shade - originally published in 1954 - is a Frances Pettigrew mystery, and was published in the US as Death Walks the Woods. Francis Pettigrew, a former barrister and sometimes amateur detective, is plucked out of what promises to be a peaceful retirement in the Home Counties to deputise for the County Court judge. The proceedings offer him some unexpected insights into the lives of the new neighbours that he has - until now - only observed through his field glasses. When the body of a penniless widow known for her good works is found on Yew Hill, a famous local beauty spot, Pettigrew is drawn into the case as a witness. Despite his best efforts to leave the inquiry to the police, it is he, with the unconscious help of a teenage boy, who puts the finishing touches on the solution. 'Cyril Hare's style is easy and fluent, and his books are eminently readable ... A great novelist.' Spectator
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