Journalist Philip Dryden is shocked to be informed by police that his father has been killed in a car accident a he drowned during the fenland floods of 1977, 35 years before. At the same time, two unrelated cases are demanding Drydenas professional attention: a body riddled with bullets found hanging in the middle of a lettuce field, and a couple protesting that the local council has buried their baby daughter in a pauperas grave without permission. As Dryden pieces the clues together, he realizes that the three cases may be related after all . . .Outside Roger had stowed thegear for hismarket gardening business a polytunnels, propagators, and asmallscale irrigation hose. ... In the Second World War Italian PoWs had been billeted at Buskeybay and theya#39;d built a theatre here in thebarn ayou could stillsee the ... space, so he took a few pictures, anold corkscrew of hisfathera#39;s, his mothera#39;s secateurs from the window ledgeby the kitchen door.
|Publisher||:||Severn House Publishers Ltd - 2013-01-01|