Constable Beats the Bounds - Nicholas Rhea Reviews
Description:ISBN 0709091168 / Paperback: 224 pages / Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd / Published: 29 Oct 2010
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Nicholas Rhea Constable Beats the Bounds (Constable 36)
Pages: 224, Paperback, Robert Hale Ltd
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==Synopsis of the book:== Former Constable Nick Rhea tells various short stories of experiences of being a rural Policeman on the beat in Aidensfield, Yorkshire in the 1960's. The book starts with his involvement in an ancient custom of marking the Parish Boundaries with a procession of villagers. For reading up the history of this the Policeman finds this needs to be done every three years and usually involves a fight at the pub!! The variety of stories the author shares reminds the reader of the variety of work a Policeman could have been asked to undertake. Such as investigating a deserted farmhouse which had its back down left unlocked. to ... Read the complete review
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