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Wycliffe and the Guilt-Edged Alibi (The Cornish Detective)

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In a tranquil Cornish town, Detective Superintendent Wycliffe is faced with a family of secrets - and murder...

In a tranquil Cornish town, Detective Superintendent Wycliffe is faced with a family of secrets - and murder...

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224
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15-12-2016
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In a tranquil Cornish town, Detective Superintendent Wycliffe is faced with a family of secrets - and murder...
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A family feud leads to murder - and Superintendent Wycliffe is on the case...Caroline Bryce came from the top of the social register in the tranquil town of Treen. So it was quite a scandal when her body was dragged from the bottom of the river. As Superintendent Wycliffe investigates, he is faced with a number of questions: who would want to kill the beautiful Mrs Bryce? Was it a lover's quarrel? Or a family feud? Or a long-held resentment which had suddenly exploded in a moment of madness? As Wycliffe begins to unravel an intricate tangle of love and hate, he finds himself on the trail of a psychotic killer who feels no guilt - and will not hesitate to strike again...

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