Last Reminder

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Allison & Busby, Limited, 2005 - Fiction - 311 pages
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Detective Inspector Charlie Priest's day hasn't got off to a good start. Late for work for the first time in twenty years, thanks to a sloe gin hangover, he's faced with the grim evidence of a crime in the local park before a call comes in to say that one of his constables has discovered a body.
Hartley Goodrich has been found dead in his chair, right beside the flower pot that caused the gash in his head. As Goodrich's financial advice has lost his clients a small fortune, there's no shortage of murder suspects. But is the case all it seems?
Charlie Priest has more convictions to his credit than most Yorkshiremen have had roast dinners, yet even he's thrown by the turn of events as the investigation proceeds. But when everything he holds dear is threatened, Charlie knows he can't stop digging until he's found out exactly what's been going down on his patch.

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User Review  - Eyejaybee - LibraryThing

A very enjoyable novel featuring another outing for Detective Inspector Priest from Heckley C. I. D. This is the fourth installment in this very enjoyable series and has the customary smattering of ... Read full review

Review: Last Reminder (Charlie Priest #4)

User Review  - Dave - Goodreads

It was ok. A bit pedestrian and lots of things happening, which, really had nothing to do with the plot. Probably read another of Stuart Pawsons books, but probably no more after that if written in the same style Read full review

About the author (2005)

STUART PAWSON had a career as a mining engineer, followed by a spell working for the probation service, before he became a full-time writer. He lives in Fairburn, Yorkshire, and when not hunched over the word processor likes nothing more than tramping across the moors, which often feature in his stories. He is a member of the Murder Squad and the Crime Writers' Association.

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