The lifeline / Margaret Mayhew
Large Print Book | Severn House | 2020 | First large print edition.

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Edition
First large print edition.
Description
249 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
Series
The village mysteries ; 6
Mayhew, Margaret, 1936- Village mystery ; 6.
Note
Regular print edition originally published: 2020.
Summary
Following the untimely death of her mother, Ursula Swynford, Ruth Harvey has taken over the manor in Frog End, where she runs a successful plant-selling business and provides gardening therapy for an increasing number of her husband Dr Tom Harvey's troubled patients: embittered Lawrence Deacon, lonely Joyce Reed, widowed Tanya Carberry and wheelchair-bound Johnny Turner, the young victim of a horrific motorbike crash. Gardening at the manor quickly becomes a much-needed lifeline for the group, and all seems to be going well, until the major stumbles across a body among the tomato plants in one of the greenhouses. Once again, the manor is the scene of a brutal murder and once again, the Colonel reluctantly finds himself drawn into solving the mystery.
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ISBN
9780727892898 (hardback)
0727892894 (hardback)
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