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A Dark Anatomy SIGNED**DATED***NUMBERED

Robin Blake

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ISBN 10: 023074835X / ISBN 13: 9780230748354
Published by MacMillan, London, 2011
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Title: A Dark Anatomy SIGNED**DATED***NUMBERED

Publisher: MacMillan, London

Publication Date: 2011

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Signed: Signed and Dated By Author

Edition: First UK edition/First Printing

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The year is 1740. George II is on the throne but England's remoter provinces remain largely a law unto themselves. In Lancashire a grim discovery has been made: a Squire's wife, Dolores Brockletower, lies in the woods above her home, Garlick Hall, her throat brutally slashed. Called to the scene, Coroner Titus Cragg finds the Brockletower household awash with rumour and suspicion. He enlists the help of his astute young friend, doctor Luke Fidelis, to throw light on the case. But this is a world in which forensic science is in its infancy, and policing hardly exists. Embarking on their first gripping investigation, Cragg and Fidelis are faced with the superstition of witnesses, obstruction by local officials, and denunciations from the Squire himself. `This is rollicking stuff. Cragg and Fidelis are an engaging duo' Financial Times `Cragg and Fidelis make a fine pair of detectives' Literary Review

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Robin Blake is the author of acclaimed works on the artists Van Dyke and Stubbs. He has written, produced and presented extensively for radio, is widely published as a critic, and is a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at Brunel University. He lives in London.

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