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Kemp's Last Case

Meek, M. R. D.

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ISBN 10: 0727861247 / ISBN 13: 9780727861245
Published by Severn House Publishers November 2004, 2004
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Title: Kemp's Last Case

Publisher: Severn House Publishers November 2004

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: 1st Edition

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The new Lennox Kemp mystery Although now happily married and a doting father, Lennox Kemp is still unable to resist the lure of a mystery. Going through the affairs of the late Dr Ayres, his curiosity is aroused by a cache of letters and diaries referring to a twenty-year-old murder case which { because of the untimely death of the chief suspect { never came to trial. At the same time, and in apparently unconnected circumstances, Kemp is re-introduced at a dinner party to one Lettice Warrender; an old flame of sorts, and scion of a well-known local family. As Kemp pursues his independent inquiries into the horrible murder of little Rickie Fenwick, very much against the better judgement of his wife Mary, he is caught up matters far removed { and far more deadly { than the bread-and-butter of the average provincial solicitor . . .

About the Author:

Margaret Meek of the Institute of Education, University of London, is a renowned author.

meek was born in scotland, educated in england and has lived for some timein germany. she studied at london university and the college of law and has practised in the home counties and cornwall as a solicitor.

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