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Death in Perspective
Works of: Fiction
Berry Hill seemed the perfect place to house-sit. Jenny would be able to put the past behind her, while Robin sought that elusive job. But the house proves very isolated and all is not right. And why does the aggravating Detective Sergeant Bridgeman pester Jenny about a missing schoolgirl? Then a young woman is found murdered and Bridgeman’s ever expanding enquiries lead to a dodgy photographer, a seedy animal sanctuary and a clothes-conscious headmistress. Meanwhile, strange and threatening events wreck Jenny’s rural idyll and it is not just the perspective of the garden shed she needs to get right in her painting . . .
Threatening, wooded area with a moody woman’s face overlaid on original cover.
Other books by Joan Lock
Marlborough Street; The Story of a London Court
Seis Rosas Blancas
SCOTLAND YARD CASEBOOK: The Making of the CID 1865-1935
Tales from Bow Street
The British Policewoman: Her Story 2nd Edition
Dreadful Deeds and Awful Murders: Scotland Yard’s First Detectives 1829-1878
Scotland Yard’s First Cases
The Princess Alice Disaster
The British Policewoman: Her Story
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