The Tree of Death - Brian Eastman Reviews
Description:ISBN 749081406 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Brian Eastman / Edition: New edition / Paperback / Book is published 2006-09-01 by ... more
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When Rosemary and Laura go to Baffington to help with an ambitiou ...
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by - written on 21/03/12 (Very useful, 101 readings)
==Background:== I booked a weeks holiday recently and wanted to make sure I took a couple of good books with me to enjoy. I bought this book a while ago and to be honest I can't remember either when or where. However I did not realise this book has been adopted for television in the Rosemary and Thyme series. Had I known that I probably would not have bought it as I have watched a few of these and not particularly enjoyed these, so I just hoped the book would be somewhat different. ==Synopsis of the book:== Laura Thyme visits the village of Baffington because her Cousin Keith has become the vicar there. This was against ... Read the complete review
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