Wycliffe and the House of Fear - W.J. Burley Reviews
Description:ISBN 752881442 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: W.J. Burley / Edition: New Ed / Mass Market Paperback / 240 Pages / Book is published ... more
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Detective Superintendent Wycliffe gets drawn into the troubled wo ...
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by - written on 11/11/12 (Very useful, 82 readings)
==Synopsis of the book:== Detective Superintendent Wycliffe is enjoying a break in Cornwall when he first encounters the Kemp family. Initially he is interested in them because he is staying in a Cottage on their premises in Kellycoryk. They are a family rich in history to the area having lived there for nearly 500 years and although not as rich and powerful as they once were they are still a family with a high standing in the community. Indeed Wycliffe even finds a book in one of the local shops about them and their colourful history. This family is not adverse to tragedy as five years previously Roger Kemp's first wife Julia was lost overboard ... Read the complete review
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