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The Lovegrove Hermit By Rosemary Craddock

The Lovegrove Hermit by Rosemary Craddock

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Visiting Lovegrove Priory with her brother and niece, Charlotte Tyler is enchanted by their hostess, Amelia Denby, the writer of sensational Gothic novels. Miss Denby's eccentricity extends to the grounds of her country house where she has etablished a hermitage complete with a mysterious character who has a seemingly tragic past.

The Lovegrove Hermit Summary

The Lovegrove Hermit by Rosemary Craddock

Visiting Lovegrove Priory with her brother and niece, Charlotte Tyler is enchanted by their hostess, Amelia Denby, the writer of sensational Gothic novels. Miss Denby's eccentricity extends to the grounds of her country house where she has etablished a hermitage complete with a mysterious character who has a seemingly tragic past. When the hermit is found shot dead all eyes turn in on the house party, and a further death makes clear that one of them is guilty. The local magistrate, Colonel Hartley, a veteran of Waterloo, must investigate the death, and enlist Charlotte's help, if he is to ensure the rest of the party are not picked off one by one. Rosemary Craddock has produced another cleverly constructed and delightfully depicted web of intrigue in the best tradition of the country-house murder mystery.

About Rosemary Craddock

Rosemary Craddock was born in Staffordshire and has lived there most of her life. She has been writing since childhood and has published many novels, most of them set in the nineteenth century and full of mystery, romance and intrigue.

Additional information

GOR007338578
9780719811067
0719811066
The Lovegrove Hermit by Rosemary Craddock
Used - Good
Hardback
The Crowood Press Ltd
2013-10-01
224
N/A
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