Warning at One - Ann Purser Reviews
Description:ISBN 0425231178 / Paperback: 325 pages / Publisher: Berkley / Reprint: 3 Nov 2009
Newest Review: ... did find on several aspects the story unlikely and hard to totally believe in. Let me give you one example Inspector ... more
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==Synopsis of the book:== Lois Meade is disappointed when one of the properties she owns and lets out is vacated by a couple because of a noisy rooster next door. Having tried previously to persuade the old man, Clem next door that it would be better elsewhere. The pet makes a lot of noise first thing in the morning and Lois feared she would have problems letting it out the property again. However as luck and good fortune smile down on her her elder son Douglas has just got a new job locally in Tresham and needs somewhere to live and he doesn't mind the noisy animal. Across the road from them in Douglas Street an elderly blind lady Mrs Blairgowrie ... Read the complete review
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