Julius Falconer

Julius Falconer

Mr Carrick is Laid To Rest

A respected teacher at a private girls’ school in rural Worcestershire, physically attracted to one of the Sixth-Form leavers discloses his feelings for her. Convinced that he has mishandled their final meeting, he writes her a letter of regret and then kills himself. The coroner’s verdict is suicide but Inspector Wickfield is called investigate.

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Julius Falconer

Julius Falconer

The Wichenford Court Murder

The peaceful estate of Wichenford Court, in deepest Worcestershire, is convulsed by a bizarre murder which mirrors a murder committed on exactly the same spot in 1791. Inspector Wickfield undertakes an investigation in which the killer’s tracks are covered so successfully that the case is in danger of remaining unsolved.

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Julius Falconer

Julius Falconer

A Fearful Madness

When the police fail to make an arrest in a murder-case after a year’s investigation, three individuals try independently to solve the murder for purposes of their own. They make progress but not enough. They all agree that the dead man’s will might be important – but how? DI Moat of the North Yorks force is called in to find out.

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Julius Falconer

Julius Falconer

Over and Doubt

The wife of a London modernist composer, unhappy in her marriage, seeks fresh interests at Copenhagen University, gets involved in a student movement for a new world-order and meets a brutal death – back home. The investigation uncovers some dubious characters and a confusing web of possibilities, but DI Wickfield is equal to the challenge – just!

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Julius Falconer

Julius Falconer

The Bite of a Mad Dog

The book is a light-hearted detective story set in an eighteenth-century Yorkshire village. The vicar finds himself at the centre of an intrigue which leaves him bewildered – and in danger! – and no one else seems able or willing to investigate it. His reaction to the explanation, when he blunders into it, is both effective and humane.

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Julius Falconer

Julius Falconer

The Trials of Thomas Roxby

In this third chronicle from Sherburn, the accident-prone vicar tells of his attempts to identify the murderer of his servant George. He becomes involved in more legal hot water than he has ever experienced before and is within a whisker of being transported for life. His dogged search eventually brings success – and a dilemma of conscience.

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Julius Falconer

Julius Falconer

A Death Twice Avenged

From the top of the stairs, a little girl of five overhears an argument between her father and a late-night visitor. Frightened she dared not descend the staircase. Her father is killed. She did not see the killer but remembers the killer’s voice. Twenty years later she recognises the voice, identifies its owner and sets out to take her revenge.

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