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The Wildcats of Exeter By Edward Marston

The Wildcats of Exeter by Edward Marston

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Nicolas Picard appears to be have been killed by a wildcat, but cuts on his neck are clearly made by a human hand. Three women fight for their right to his land, but can Delchard and Bret detect the murderer?

The Wildcats of Exeter Summary

The Wildcats of Exeter by Edward Marston

As Nicolas Picard rides home from Exeter he is attacked by a snarling wildcat. Yet, when his body is discovered, there are lacerations on his neck that could only have come from human hands. When royal commissioners of William the Conqueror, Ralph Delchard and Gervase Bret, arrive in the city to preside over local land disputes, their proceedings are immediately hampered by the death of a key participant: Picard. With Picard's wife and mistress, as well as the wife of the former owner of the estate, staking their claim to the land, Delchard and Bret wonder whose greed has driven them to kill. But the root of the mystery lies far deeper than mere avarice.

About Edward Marston

Edward Marston has written over a hundred books. He is best known for his hugely successful Railway Detective series. His other series include the Home Front Detective, set in the Great War, and the Bow Street Rivals, featuring identical twin detectives during the Regency.

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GOR011563419
9780749026455
0749026456
The Wildcats of Exeter by Edward Marston
Used - Like New
Paperback
Allison & Busby
20210520
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