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Revenge in the Cotswolds

Author: Rebecca Tope
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Thea Osborne is determined to avoid trouble during her latest commission house-sitting in the pretty Cotswold village of Daglingworth. Anticipating a relaxing two weeks looking after the client’s pets, brightened with phone calls to her boyfriend, Drew, Thea settles down for a quiet assignment. Until, that is, a dead body is discovered in a nearby quarry. Could the death be linked to a group of environmental activists who have intimidated local residents? While Thea can empathise with the activists’ views against wind farms and building developments, she is not so sure about their violent methods. As real tensions begin to simmer, even Thea, a seasoned crime-solver, is surprised by the truth . . .


In Search of Love Money Revenge

Author: Hilary Bailey
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Melanie, Vanessa and Annie have all been betrayed by men - and Melanie is only 13. One day the two abandoned wives and the runaway girl vow the future will bring them love, money and revenge. This is a novel of the '90s, in which deceit, comedy and tragedy intermingle in modern London.


Theatre in the Cotswolds

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REVENGE IS WILD JUSTICE

Author: Mark Charlton-Kings
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Revenge is Wild Justice is part of the Dalton trilogy. It is set in Edwardian England where the wealthy Somerville family and the poor Dalton family live. Blacksmith's son Adam Dalton crosses the class barrier to become friendly with Sir Charles Somerville's neglected children, Philip and Juliette. Sir Charles is a respected member of society but he is a wife beater and is involved in paedophilia. He is eventually murdered and the book traces the lives of six people who have a motive to kill him. There is a sexual coming of age involving the three teenagers, encouraged by the local goodtime girl, Molly Dancey. But their relationships are doomed, so they each leave the village to seek their fortunes. Adam joins the Titanic, Philip becomes a pilot in the RFC and Juliette goes to the Continent. When World War 1 begins in 1914, Adam and Philip are reunited in the RFC and Juliette becomes a spy. Sir Charles becomes a director in Intelligence. Sir Charles is murdered in revenge for his misdeeds - but by whom?


The Cotswolds At War

Author: June Lewis-Jones
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A detailed account of what life was like for evacuees in the Cotswolds.


Murder in the Cotswolds

Author: Alfred Bertram Guthrie
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Vacationing in an English village, Montana sheriff Chick Charleston and his wife decide to investigate when an unpopular guest at their inn is found murdered


The Strange Adventures of Mr Andrew Hawthorn Other Stories

Author: John Buchan
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In 'The Strange Adventures of Mr Andrew Hawthorn' and the other stories in this collection, peculiar worlds of temptation, adventure or iniquity are perilously close at hand. Mr Hawthorn himself steps outside to allow his porridge to cool and disappears for five years and more, a Glasgow grocer is shipwrecked and ultimately worshipped as a god, a young mathematician discovers an entirely new aspect of reality and becomes terrified by what he finds there, and an ageing sinner clings grimly, weakly to a hard-won life of decency: John Buchan in each demonstrating his abilities as a gripping writer of short stories. In his introduction, Giles Foden explores Buchan's innate sense of the fascination held by sudden jeopardy and vanished comfort, and the themes of the will and fate in his work.


The Blood of an Englishman

Author: M. C. Beaton
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The Blood of an Englishman continues the tradition in M. C. Beaton's beloved Agatha Raisin mystery series—now a hit show on Acorn TV and public television. "Fee, fie, fo, fum. I smell the blood of an Englishman..." Even though Agatha Raisin loathes amateur dramatics, her friend Mrs. Bloxby, the vicar's wife, has persuaded her to support the local pantomime. Stifling a yawn at the production of "Babes in the Woods," Agatha watches the baker playing an ogre strut and threaten on the stage, until a trapdoor opens and the Ogre disappears in an impressive puff of smoke. Only he doesn't re-appear at final curtain. Surely this isn't the way the scene was rehearsed? When it turns out the popular baker has been murdered, Agatha puts her team of private detectives on the case. They soon discover more feuds and temperamental behavior in amateur theatrics than in a professional stage show—and face more and more danger as the team gets too close to the killer. The Blood of an Englishman is Agatha's 25th adventure, and you'd think she would have learned by now not to keep making the same mistakes. Alas, no—yet Agatha's flaws only make her more endearing. In this sparkling new entry in M. C. Beaton's New York Times bestselling series of modern cozies, Agatha Raisin once again "manages to infuriate, amuse, and solicit our deepest sympathies as we watch her blunder her way boldly through another murder mystery" (Bookreporter.com).


The Illustrated London News

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The Boys Who Wouldn t Grow Up A Novel

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St Albas University might as well be Neverland. Drunk at dawn on the first of May, the students of an elite university in Scotland prepare to run into the frigid sea in a centuries-old tradition. Among the third-year students are Catriona Darlington and Julie Lovejoy: observers to and participants in their peers' wealthy madness. Between two Mays, they devolve from strangers to enemies as they navigate the social rules of a generation without them and the pressures of life in a suffocatingly small cosmopolitan town. Tangled up in the chaos of the girls' gradually intertwining lives are the boys who wouldn't grow up: a priest-to-be; an oil sheikh-to-be; a cousin and friend who is the keeper of each girl's destructive secrets; and the immoral moral philosophy student whose years-long relationship with Catriona is taking its time in dying. When the sun rises over the sea on May first of their fourth year, nothing and no one is the same as they were the year before. But has anyone grown up?