Janie Bolitho. 1950 – 2002, war eine britische Autorin von Krimis, von denen die meisten in Cornwall spielen und die insbesondere in englischen Bibliotheken ungeheuer beliebt waren.
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Rose Trevelyan had only met Gabrielle Milton once, but felt they might become good friends. She was delighted, therefore, to receive an invitation to the Milton’s party where the wine flowed freely and a good time was being had by all – that is, until Gabrielle’s crumpled, lifeless body was found underneath a balcony.
Band 1 der Serie. “The beauty of Cornwall and the capricious nature of its weather are wonderfully evoked and the characters are people you would expect to meet in any small town.” (Rezensent) (154 Rezensionen / 4,1 Sterne), 240 Seiten noch günstig?
Dorothy Pengelly lived alone in her remote, dilapidated cottage with only her pets as company. When her old friend, Rose Trevelyan calls round to visit and finds Dorothy dead she is devastated. And when Rose learns that it wasn’t a heart attack but a case of suicide her suspicions are immediately roused. Dorothy would never have killed herself – but would anyone else have the motive to murder? Are the valuable paintings hanging on the walls the clue to the mystery?
Band 2 der Serie. “It is the location which makes her books such a delight for me and her attention to the detail which even the sound of the crispy white sand makes.” (Rezensentin) (85 Rezensionen / 4,8 Sterne), 256 Seiten noch günstig?
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After the death of her husband, Rose Trevelyan lives peacefully in Cornwall, working as an artist and photographer. But when she hears terrified screams as she paints the rugged Cornish countryside, and a local woman is reported missing, Rose finds herself suddenly caught at the centre of a police investigation. With so many people who trust her, Rose is – reluctantly, at times – privy to the secrets of many.
Band 3 der Serie. „The discription of Cornwalls beautiful countryside and coast line the author has got spot on, you can almost be there.“ (Leserin) (90 Rezensionen / 4,5 Sterne), 320 Seiten noch günstig?