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A Bird in the Hand

English · Paperback

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A Bird in the Hand is the first mystery novel featuring George and Molly Palmer-Jones by Ann Cleeves, author of the Shetland and Vera Stanhope crime series. In England''s birdwatching paradise, a new breed has been sighted - a murderer . . . Young Tom French was found dead, lying in a marsh on the Norfolk coast, with his head bashed in and his binoculars still around his neck. One of the best birders in England, Tom had put the village of Rushy on the birdwatching map. Everyone liked him. Or did they? George Palmer-Jones, an elderly birdwatcher who decided quietly to look into the brutal crime, discovered mixed feelings aplenty. Still, he remained baffled by a deed that could have been motivated by thwarted love, pure envy, or something else altogether. But as he and his fellow ''twitchers'' flocked from Norfolk to Scotland to the Scilly Isles, in response to rumours of rare sightings, George - with help from his lovely wife, Molly - gradually discerned the true markings of a killer. All he had to do was prove it . . . before the murderer strikes again.

Product details

Authors Ann Cleeves
Publisher Bello
 
Languages English
Age Recommendation from age 18
Product format Paperback
Released 20.11.2014
 
EAN 9781447289050
ISBN 978-1-4472-8905-0
No. of pages 224
Dimensions 133 mm x 203 mm x 13 mm
Series George and Molly Palmer-Jones
George and Molly Palmer-Jones
Subjects Fiction > Suspense > Crime fiction, thrillers, espionage

Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Northumberland, Tyne & Wear, Crime, Narrative theme: Sense of place, Crime and mystery: private investigator / amateur detectives, Mystery & Detective / Amateur Sleuth, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear

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