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Severn House, 2011 - Fiction - 215 pages
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The third in the Dr Richard Pryor forensic mystery series from author of the 'Crowner John' books - Home Office pathologist Doctor Richard Pryor is pleased when forensic biologist Angela Bray is able to return earlier than expected to their new and thriving private forensic consultancy, following the quick recovery of her mother from a stroke. Together, they are able to persuade locum doctor Priscilla Chambers to stay on a few weeks longer, and Priscilla's flair for anthropology comes in handy when a new case shakes up the quiet resort town of Borth – a body, found in the bog, with its hands tied and the head missing . . .

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User Review  - HenriMoreaux - LibraryThing

The third instalment in the Dr Richard Pryor series is a strong novel of which the main investigations are a body found in peat bog, a corresponding heat in a barrel and the appeal of a woman charged ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A Home Office pathologist continues to expand the boundaries of his practice in postwar Wales.Richard Pryor and his forensic biologist partner Angela Bray (According to the Evidence, 2011, etc.) are ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Bernard Knight is the author of the Crown John Mysteries series and is a member of The Medieval Murderers.

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