Charlie had a flair which seldom failed him.
From master of suspense Ellis Peters come two chilling tales of justice .
From master of suspense Ellis Peters come two chilling tales of justice, deception, and revenge The jury foreman trembles as he delivers the verdict. Thriller & Crime Cosy Mysteries.
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The Lily Hand and other stories (1965): 1995); see pseudonym Ellis Peters (books) (chron.
The Lily Hand and other stories (1965): 1995); see pseudonym Ellis Peters (books) (chron. : All Souls’ Day’, ‘Carnival ’, ‘The Cradle’, ’Grim Fairy Tale’, ‘How Beautiful Is Youth’, ‘I Am a Seagull’, ‘The Lily Hand’, ‘The Linnet in the Garden’, ‘The Man Who Met Himself’, ‘The Purple Children’, ‘A Question of Faith, ‘Trump of Doom’, ‘The Ultimate Romeo and Juliet’.
by. Peters, Ellis, 1913-1995. Mystery & Detective - General, Fiction - Mystery/ Detective, Large Print. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on March 12, 2014. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).
It is not a George Felse novel. This book is actually two novellas.
The truth,however, is surprising and in this case terrible and sad because the killer is, in a certain way, likeable, and I believe that is one of Ellis Peters admirabel qualities - to make us understand and pity a murderer. It is not a George Felse novel.
Release Date: January 1991. Publisher: Headline Book Publishing. Weight: . 5 lbs. Dimensions: . " x . ".
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Publisher: Headline Book Publishing, 1991. Mystery featuring Inspector George Felse.
Hardcover Paperback Kindle. She used the name Ellis Peters on all books written about Felse family mysteries. In these series the Felse family is caught up in the middle of serious crimes with George huddled up with the task to unravel the truth that will distinguish the culprits from the innocent. In 1977 she started writing a series of detective novels set in and around the Benedictine abbey at Shrewsbury in the 12th C. The first book in the series was A Morbid Taste for Bones: A Medieval Whodunnit.