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A 1930s jape with witticisms on the one hand, and spine chilling scenes on the other. Thoroughly enjoyable.
I enjoyed this book. It kept your interest and was a quick read. The
rich owner of the estate ,Watler Sinnet ,where the Folly under the lake
was built was a despicable person who treated everyone badly especially
his wife Blanche, son Harry and daughter Rose. He threatened to
disinherit his son because he wouldn't join him in his business. But the
on didn't like his fathers business ethics so refused to join him.
Walter had 3 lakes built on his estate with the Folly built under the
lake. He invited a bunch of people to spend time at his estate to
showoff the Folly. Well Walter ends up being murdered and the cast of
characters spending the week there are all suspects in the murder as all
of them have plenty of reason to want to see him dead. The Police
Inspector interviews all the guests several times and its difficult
coming to a conclusion as all seem to be guilty but in the end the crime
is solved and the murderer was one of the guests. Well written "who
A teacher’s creation! This is a highly enjoyable witty fictional book centred around school life and the dreaded Ofsted Inspection. The fictional Beaver's Brook Primary School had received a justifiably scathing report . . . The fragile lives of the teachers are held open to scrutiny and ridicule. Their hopes and aspirations crumble beneath a diatribe of no-holds-barred mockery, in which love, ambition, jealousy, passion, guilt and innocence collide - with disastrous consequences. Have you read this book? Share your thought here. Find out more: Mystery Deceit and a School Inspector
Fascinating and engaging autobiography of career after Royal Air Force service. By Derek Rosser The author’s literary efforts covering his experiences as a National Serviceman in the RAF in the 1950s (A Reluctant Recruit) generated such a favourable reception, so much so that he embarked on a second, more or less true, account of his life as a typical boy growing up in the thirties and forties (Call Me Valentine). This is his third book, completing the trilogy. It is the account of what happened to him after leaving the Royal Air Force; it is the story of a long, and mainly happy, interesting working career. The author Derek Rosser says: “For the best part of forty years I was engaged in trying to earn enough money to keep body and soul together. Some of it was enjoyable, some of it was frustrating and some of it was downright misery….” …Find out more… ‘Earning a Crust’, an entertaining read! “A fascinating autobiography” …publishedbestsellers.com
Read the review of the book 'In all Probability' by The Truth About Books . Hold on. Not so fast. Just when you think it’s just another day…. An assassin with a unique technique, an almost-was soccer star and a bitter long-forgotten one-hit-wonder pop star are just a few of the random characters who turn up within the stories in this book. Each are loveable in their own different ways and are doing their very best to dodge Lady Luck’s sadistic target practice. Heroes they are not. This all happens within “In All Probability” the first collection of Steve Morris’s diverse short stories. And do they all live happily ever after? In all probability- probably not. Find out more: In all Probability