The remains of an altar : a Merrily Watkins mystery
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|Hazelton Public Library||PBA - Mystery (Text)||35154000070924||Adult Green Dot Spin Racks||Volume hold||Available||-|
|Quesnel Branch||PB RIC (Text)||33923004425819||Mystery||Volume hold||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781847240910 (mass market pbk.) :
506 p. ; 18 cm.
- Publisher: London : Quercus, 2006.
|General Note:||"A Merrily Watkins mystery" -- Cover.|
|Summary, etc.:||In 1934, the dying composer Sir Edward Elgar feebly whistled to a friend the theme from his Cello Concerto and said, "If you're walking on the Malvern Hills and hear that, don't be frightened. It's only me." Seventy years later, Merrily Watkins — parish priest and Deliverance Consultant to the Diocese of Hereford — is called in to investigate an alleged paranormal dimension in a spate of road accidents in the Malvern village of Wychehill. There, Merrily discovers new tensions in Elgar's countryside. The proposed takeover of a local pub by a nightclub owner with a criminal reputation has become the battleground between the defenders of Olde Englande and the hard men of the drug world — with extreme and sinister elements on both sides. And as the choral society prepares to stage an open-air performance of Elgar's Caractacus at a prehistoric hill fort, the deaths begin…|
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