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The Judgement of Strangers By Andrew Taylor

David Byfield, a widowed parish priest, lived in Roth with teenage daughter Rosemary. The menopausal Audrey Oliphant, churchwarden and spinster, consulted Byfield to publish the book on The Roth history. Therefore, Byfield looked for the publisher. And, Byfield became intimate with Vanessa that managed the publisher. And, it married. However, it has changed into calm new life soon. Load Peter of the cat that Audrey kept was killed, and it was stuck on the door of the church. Moreover, Mrs. Youlgreave strangely died the death.

I do not read The Four Last Things. I regret to have read this book before it is read. The flow of the talk is not understood. And, it is given priority in suspense. I wanted to read surprising reasoning like Sherlock Holms. But, I think that fragment of a minute mystery accumulates and the solved technique is wonderful. I was interested about Andrew Taylor's Roth Trilogy.

(Finished Reading : 2005/03/03)






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