The Sleeping Policeman - Andrew Taylor Reviews
Description:ISBN 1444765701 / Paperback: 240 pages / Publisher: Hodder Paperbacks / Published: 22 Nov 2012
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==Synopsis of the book:== Private investigator William Dougal is approached by Dr Graham Hanslope as he is being blackmailed. The Doctor is clearly ill at ease with reporting this matter and not willing to get the Police involved as Dougal suggested. The details are limited but he agrees to help out and try and resolve the mystery. Dougal soon discovers when he visits the village it is not the quiet friendly place it is seen as. And as well as Blackmail there has also been several burglaries in the community and one of Hanslope's neighbours 15 year old Leonie Burwell is been injured in a hit and run accident. Can Dougal resolve the mystery before it ... Read the complete review
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