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The Calton Papers - Norman Russell

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Title
The Calton Papers
Author
Norman Russell
format
Hardback
Publisher
Robert Hale
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20100401

Arthur Waldegrave, heir to a vast estate and fortune, perishes in a spectacular fire. Shortly afterwards, rural detectives Inspector Saul Jackson and his bibulous but shrewd sergeant, Herbert Bottomley, establish that he was murdered with cyanide. Who would gain from Arthur's death? His brother Lance, plagued by debt and pursued by the frantic working girl he has betrayed? Jeremy Beecham, a rising architect, whose engagement to Margaret Waldegrave Arthur has so bitterly opposed? When a second murder sends Jackson off in new directions, he discovers the mysterious Major Pomeroy, owner of the Calton Papers. In these papers, Jackson finds the underlying motive for Arthur Waldegrave's death, enabling him to bring his investigation to a devastating and unsuspected climax.


Norman Russell is the author of Depths of Destruction, The Dorset House Affair, and The Unquiet Sleeper.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Jackson, Saul (Fictitious character) - Fiction.|Bottomley, Herbert (Fictitious character) - Fiction.|Police - England - Warwickshire - Fiction.|Great Britain - History - Victoria, 1837-1901 - Fiction.|Detective and mystery stories.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
224

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