Wycliffe and the Last Rites - W.J. Burley Reviews
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by - written on 18/09/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I will be the first to admit that I don't use charity shops. Not because I have a problem with second hand goods, they're just places I walk past without really thinking about going inside. This was before my sister started to volunteer at st Peters Hospice. On going in to see her it has made me well aquainted with their bookshelves and a gratitude towards new reading material at ridiculously cheap prices. Wycliffe was the first novel I picked up and it will probably not be the last review I shall write from the detective series, not when I managed to buy 4 other stories along with it. In a quiet village in Cornwall a woman is found having been murdered in ... Read the complete review
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