Reginald Hill: 'On Beulah Height'
Reginald Hill was an acknowledged modern master of crime, winning a CWA Cartier Diamond Dagger for lifetime achievement in 1995. On Beulah Height is the 15th of his superlative Dalziel-&-Pascoe novels. In this book Reginald Hill himself has provided some previously unpublished comments and glosses—a must for fans of Dalziel-&-Pascoe and a treat for all.
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