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The Grave Maurice

Martha Grimes

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Atlantic Books

Belletristik / Krimis, Thriller, Spionage

Beschreibung

From the confines of his hospital bed, Inspector Jury is seeking refuge from Nurse Hannibal's constant speculations about his chances of survival when his friend, and partner in crime (prevention), Melrose Plant, arrives with a distraction. It's a story he overheard a young woman telling in The Grave Maurice about a girl named Nell Ryder - granddaughter to the owner of the Ryder Stud Farm in Cambridgeshire who has been missing for more than a year. More interestingly though, she is the daughter of Jury's surgeon.In the wake of this discovery, a woman is found dead on the Ryders' farm - a stranger to the Ryders, but not to Plant. She is the woman he overheard in The Grave Maurice.Together with Jury, Nell's family, and the Cambridgeshire police, Plant embarks on a search to find Nell and bring her home. But is there more to their mission than just restoring a fifteen-year-old girl to her family?

Schlagwörter

bestselling series, mystery, The Knowledge, Help the Poor Struggler, The Five Bells and Bladebone, The Lamorna Wink, Rainbow's End, detective fiction, The Dirty Duck, Charles Todd, The Old Silent, The Blue Last, The Horse You Came In On, Donna Leon, Louise Penny, Elizabeth George, The Old Contemptibles, Deer Leap, mysteries, I Am the Only Running Footman, The Case Has Altered, The Man with a Load of Mischief, The Grave Maurice, crime novel, Dust, The Old Wine Shades, Richard Jury, The Black Cat, The Jerusalem Inn, The Anodyne Necklace, The Stargazey, The Old Fox Deceiv'd, The Winds of Change, Vertigo 42, cosy crime, London crime, P. D. James