The Stabbing in the Stables - Simon Brett Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330426974 / Author: Simon Brett / Genre: Crime / Thriller
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by - written on 17/08/07 (Very useful, 85 readings)
There is something about Carole Seddon and her friend Jude that makes them fall over victims of murder on a regular basis. In this case, it is in the stable of an acquaintance of Jude and the victim is the stable owner's husband, Walter Fleet. Fleet was a successful jockey until an accident stopped him in his prime. Bitter at his fall from grace, he has any number of enemies, including his own wife. It seems that the case is solved when a local vagrant is taken in for questioning. However, he has an alibi and is soon released. At the same time, several cases of horses who have been attacked come to light. Is this related in any way to Walter Fleet's murder? ... Read the complete review
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