Bones In The Belfry

Bones In The Belfry

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"I think this is tremendous."--Dame Beryl Bainbridge

Francis Oughterard was the contented vicar of Molehill when he accidentally strangled a lady parishioner. A sleazy art dealer gave him an alibi, and Maurice--his victim's cynical cat--and Bouncer--a neighbor's dog--rescued him from police suspicion. Now he is called upon to return the favor by storing stolen paintings in the church belfry. The intrigue mounts as hapless F.O. bumbles through confrontations. Maurice and Bouncer each contribute their version of events.

F.O. made his debut in A Load of Old Bones .

A graduate of the universities of Nottingham and Newcastle/Tyne, Suzette A. Hill taught English literature for many years at Reading College before retiring to Herefordshire.
Publisher: New York : Soho/Constable, 2008.
Edition: 1st U.S. ed.
ISBN: 9781569475102
Characteristics: 288 p. ; 23 cm.


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