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Mud, muck and dead things

Mud, muck and dead things

Granger, Ann

Lucas Burton hates the countryside. To him it's nothing but mud, muck and dead things. When he turns up at a deserted farm in the middle of nowhere hoping to conduct a lucrative business deal he stumbles across the body of a dead girl. However, that's just the start of his problems

Large print, Book. English. Detective and mystery stories. Large type books.
Published Long Preston: Magna, 2010
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Statement of responsibility: Ann Granger
ISBN: 0750532394, 9780750532396
Note: Originally published: London: Allison & Busby, 2009.
Physical Description: 422 p. (large print) ; 23 cm.
Subject: Cotswold Hills (England) Fiction.; Murder Investigation England Cotswold Hills Fiction.; Police England Cotswold Hills Fiction.

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Crime in the Cotswolds just got deadly...

Lucas Burton hates the countryside - it's all mud, muck and dead things. When he turns up at a deserted farm in the middle of nowhere hoping to conduct a business deal he stumbles across the body of a dead girl - and that's just the start of his problems. His silver Mercedes is spotted leaving the scene of the crime and when someone calls the police it's only a matter of time before Lucas gets a visit from someone he'd rather not see. Inspector Jess Campbell is on the case and under pressure from her new superintendent, Ian Carter.