A light-hearted detective novel set in an eighteenth-century Yorkshire village
Time: the autumn of 1728.
Place: the usually tranquil Yorkshire village of Sherburn in Elmete.
Except that it finds itself the scene of an increasingly sinister chain of events: theft, robbery on the king’s highway, arson.
And finally murder.
Expertly edited for modern readers, this second chronicle of the doings of the vicar of Sherburn draws the reader cosily into eighteenth-century village life where, travel arduous and time-consuming, curses feared and officers of the law less than eager to pursue their functions. ....Find out more
Genre: Fiction: Crime and mystery
Publication Date: 20 February 2014
Edition/Format: 1st/Paperback and eBook
Book Size: 203 x 133 mm, 184pp
Sales and Distribution: Pneuma Springs Publishing
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