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Perfectly Pure and Good - Frances FyfieldPerfectly Pure And Good (426 words)
by RUTH1957 - written on 16/06/08 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Perfectly Pure and Good Sarah Fortune was an attorney in London working for a firm which was headed by a man called Ernest Matthewson. She was soon to be sent to a small seaside village in Norfolk to sort out a family's problems and affairs of the deceased. Henry Pardoe had been dead for many years and his wife who was left could not or was not able to cope with the financial side of things as she was rather unstable her name was Mouse. Mouse died and Henry's two sons and daughter the ones that would inherit now that Mouse had died were not much help to Sarah. Julian who was the eldest was a very successful physician but it was a ...
Undercurrents - Frances FyfieldUndercurrents - a classy thriller, but more than that (783 words)
by tomc - written on 07/07/01, updated on 07/07/01 (Very useful, 83 readings)
relationship with a new girl-friend by the careful use of Viagra, and Angela, friend of the imprisoned Francesca, who seems to have much to hide. Frances Fyfield is noted for complex novels with a dark psychological twist, and Undercurrents it no exception. Her charac terisation is brilliant, refusing to create stereotypes, her people are multi-layered complex individuals who surprise us throughout the novel. However, in Undercurrents it is her sense of place which is most striking. We are told on the book jacket that the author lives in Deal on the Kentish coast, and Warbling bears ...
Frances Fyfield in generalFrances Fyfield in General (396 words)
by RUTH1957 - written on 08/06/08 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Frances Fyfield is a crime author and a very successful one. This is her pseudonym name as she was born in 1948 as Frances Hegarty in Derbyshire. She was born where there were three other siblings so it was a very busy and lively household and she longed for being an only child where then she would get peace and quiet so that she would be able to read... Her father was a Consultant Anaesthetist and she can remember that on several occasions he used chloroform to kill the cats. She went to Newcastle University where she studied English and then she took another course in Criminal Law. Then she worked for the Metropolitan Police and a few years later the Crown ...