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by Nicholas Rhea

ePub Constable Over The Hill download
Author:
Nicholas Rhea
ISBN13:
978-0750535731
ISBN:
0750535733
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Publisher:
Magna Large Print Books; Large type / large print edition edition (June 1, 2012)
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Contemporary
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It stands alone on its hill top, a sentinel for all to note and there is nothing around it save green grass, deciduous trees and oceans of fresh moorland air laced with the multifarious scents of rural England.

It stands alone on its hill top, a sentinel for all to note and there is nothing around it save green grass, deciduous trees and oceans of fresh moorland air laced with the multifarious scents of rural England. Looking north from the rear bedroom window, one sees the three white radomes of Fylingdales Ballistic Missile Early Warning Station, like a clutch of duck eggs sitting among the heather, the gorgeous autumn purple of those distant moors, and the lush greenery of Ryedale with its host of tiny communities.

Constable Over The Hill Audio, Cassette – Audiobook, Unabridged. by Nicholas Rhea (Author), Nick Mcardle (Reader).

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Constable on the Hill. Whilst serving as an aide to the CID, Detective Constable Rhea is kept busy in the seaside resort of Strensford as he endeavours to trace a stolen garden spade, the thief of a makeshift hearse with a corpse on board, and the phantom knicker-pincher of Harbour Rise. Throughout his early days Nick, like many other detectives, nurses an ambition to arrest a murderer, but no opportunities come his way – until a killer on the run seeks refuge in Strensford and an elderly lady is found dead at home. Thriller & Crime Fiction

Written by Nicholas Rhea, narrated by Nick McArdle. As he struggles to finalise his ambitious plans, some surprising offers are made to Constable Nick as he prepares for the next stage of his career

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And Rhea, let us now suppose that the Superintendent or even the Chief Constable himself was listening to that programme! . Over breakfast, I told Mary all about it and she thought it was a ridiculous attitude, but at ten o’clock I settled in my office to type the report.

And Rhea, let us now suppose that the Superintendent or even the Chief Constable himself was listening to that programme! What are they to think about it all, Rhea? How am I to justify your actions; your highly unofficial and thoughtless actions; your neglect of duty in this very public manner; your misuse of police property. .

Nick has much to consider, both private and professional. In addition to his personal concerns there are duties to complete as he struggles to balance his family's needs against the demands of the police service. Nick is challenged to solve a centuries-old Aidensfield murder mystery but is also expected to trace a coal thief before he burns the evidence. And what is Claude Jeremiah Greengrass up to with his beloved dog Alfred? As he struggles to finalise his ambitious plans, some surprising offers are made to Constable Nick as he prepares for the next stage of his career.