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A new novel from this master storyteller - In a gentle village on the Scottish borders, Roland Fox, a young aspiring writer, moves in next door to the equally young and attractive Jane Highsmith, a newly qualified veterinary surgeon. But the growing attraction between them is muted by the recent and mysterious death of her beloved great-grandfather. There are all the ingredients present for a traditional village mystery in true Gerald Hammond style and with his usual Scottish flavour.

©2009 Gerald Hammond (P)2014 Audible Ltd

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  • Mrs. K. I. Richards
  • 14-02-2016

good crime story.

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Ii liked roland and jane, the main characters in this murder story. jane is convinced her great-grandfather had been murdered and roland agreed to help her find the truth.
there is a little romance but its mainly about finding out how the murder was done, who did it and why.
its a complete story, not part of a series, which is what I wanted. can recommend it if that is what you are looking for.
gavin Osborn did the accents, didn't try to do a female voice and still brought the story to life.

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