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"The book makes splendid reading" - POLICE JOURNAL As Constable Nick contemplates leaving the village in a bid for promotion, his wife begins her new job and doesn't want to leave their moorland home. Nick's constabulary duties continue, despite his personal dilemma - there is drama when children go missing and there is more alarm when a man disappears in the river. Cars also get stuck in the river and when Zachariah Isaac Pentecost (Zip for short) is taken ill, Nick discovers he has a long-lost son - but where is he? With Claude Jeremiah Greengrass causing his usual problems, it's all part of the daily routine for Constable Nick of Aidensfield.
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Nicholas Rhea is the pen-name of Peter N. Walker, formerly an inspector with the North Yorkshire Police and now the creator of the Constable series and author of Portrait of the North York Moors. As Peter N. Walker, he is the author of Murders and Mysteries from the North York Moors, Murders and Mysteries from the Yorkshire Dales, Folk Stories from the Yorkshire Dales, Folk Tales from the North York Moors, Folk Tales from York and the Wold, and Folk Stories from the Lake District. He lives in North Yorkshire.
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Book Description Robert Hale Ltd, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110709073895