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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