No way of telling

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Bodley Head, Jun 1, 1972 - Detective and mystery stories - 256 pages
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Stranded by a blizzard on their lonely Welsh farm, a young girl and her grandmother are confronted by a series of strange visitors.

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Review: No Way Of Telling

User Review  - Kris - Goodreads

A good story, with only a little plot hole in the end. Good characters and pacing. I really would have LOVED this had I read it as a young girl! The heroine is quite resourceful, yet very believable. Definitely recommend for YA readers!! Read full review

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User Review  - Erica - Goodreads

What a gorgeous little gem of a book! The writing is refreshing, realistic and witty. The story builds up into a crescendo of drama, which gives you time to fall in love with the characters. I would ... Read full review

Contents

The Day School Was Sent Home Early
7
Mr Protheroe Fetches Down His Sheep
14
Why They Never Played Their Game of Cards
20
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