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Dodd, Mead, 1986 - Fiction - 129 pages
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In the English hamlet of Rosington, villagers suspect old school boy James Hanbury of murdering his wife of seven weeks to collect her inheritance. Hanbury, a rogue, asks freelance philosopher and long-time adversary William Dougal to ferret out the solution to the murder. In the meantime, two more deaths occur, linked to a long ago murder at the local school. The question remains: is Hanbury guilty of the crimes?

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Review: An Old School Tie (William Dougal #4)

User Review  - John Mccullough - Goodreads

A good classic British who-dun-it with reference to a great English/British institution - the school tie, as indicated by the title. Enjoyable as good summer reading and a reminder of what I enjoyed in England. Read full review

Review: An Old School Tie (William Dougal #4)

User Review  - Kirsty Darbyshire - Goodreads

Working my way through the William Dougal series. It's not a patch on Taylor's later work but it's still pretty entertaining and worth seeking out if you like his stuff. This one is set in Rosington ... Read full review


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ANDREW TAYLOR is the author of several acclaimed novels, including the series of Lydmouth village mysteries and "Caroline Minuscule," for which he received an Edgar nomination and Britain's John Creasey Award. He and his family live in the Forest of Dean in England.

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