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Slaughter in the Cotswolds By Rebecca Tope

Slaughter in the Cotswolds by Rebecca Tope

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Summary

Thea throws herself into house-sitting for Babs and Cedric Angell in Lower Slaughter following her beloved father's death. But when Thea's prickly elder sister turns up on her doorstep after witnessing a horrific murder, the tentative tranquillity in Lower Slaughter vanishes, replaced by the sinister connotations of the town's name.

Slaughter in the Cotswolds Summary

Slaughter in the Cotswolds by Rebecca Tope

Thea throws herself into house-sitting for Babs and Cedric Angell in Lower Slaughter following her beloved father's death - anything to keep her busy and away from some of her rather difficult relatives. And while feeling lonely, keeping the house in order and looking after the Angell's menagerie of animals does the trick for a short period of time. But when Thea's prickly elder sister turns up on her doorstep after witnessing a horrific murder, the tentative tranquillity in Lower Slaughter vanishes, replaced by the sinister connotations of the town's name.

About Rebecca Tope

Rebecca Tope currently lives on a smallholding in rural Herefordshire rearing Cotswold sheep and Tamworth and Berkshire pigs and produces her own meat and wool.

Additional information

GOR001544218
9780749079444
0749079444
Slaughter in the Cotswolds by Rebecca Tope
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Allison & Busby
2009-02-23
318
N/A
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