Death and the Joyful Woman

Death and the Joyful Woman

Large Print - 1993
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Alfred Armiger had laid his vulgar, clever hands on a beautiful old Tudor house and turned it into The Jolly Barmaid - the latest addition to his chain of super roadhouses. Now someone had laid their hands on Armiger. There was no shortage of people who wanted him dead, as Detective Sergeant George Felse and his colleagues at the County CID soon discover, and after a few days they make an arrest. To Dominic Felse, the detective sergeant's young son, Kitty Norris represents everything that is admirable, desirable and unattainable in life. And his certainty of her innocence drives him to take an alternative line of action to his father's, one that is as heedless as it is shrewd, and that forces him, at sixteen, to measure up to unexpected, alarming and dangerous consequences. --Book jacket
Publisher: Hampton, N.H. : Paragon/Chivers Press, 1993
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 0792714032
Branch Call Number: LP FIC PETERS
Characteristics: 251 p. (large print) ; 24 cm


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