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The Watcher on the Cliff

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Who stalks the cliffs of the remote West Country, mysteriously swathed in cloak and hat? Is there a connection with Lucy Rossington's startling discovery? How do the national papers get the story so quickly? Short-tempered archaeologist Mike Shannon is convinced it's all part of a plot to discredit him. And he can think of plenty of suspects, including Lucy and her husband Hugh, who are staying in the neighbourhood. They fall eagerly on the puzzle, glad of an excuse to evade their boring host. To complete Mike's unhappiness, the lovely actress Anna Evesleigh is working nearby. She and the vicar are producing a community play in an old fishing village, covering centuries of local history. Anna and Mike always strike sparks off each other, and she's probably the only person to enjoy the drama of his find - particularly because he doesn't. Coincidence has brought many of the Rossington circle together again. They can't know that soon they will be drawn into the pageant of death that will stalk the cliffs. This time Lucy's unerring instinct for evil doesn't plumb the full depth of the plot that threatens those she loves. If she can't unmask the villain, is there anyone who can?

Product code: 9781903152270

ISBN 9781903152270
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H198xW129xS14
Series Rossington
Publisher Threshold Press Ltd
No. Of Pages 208
A surprising archaeological find, a domineering environmentalist and a community pageant are the backdrop for Mary Tant's latest, her fifth classic murder mystery featuring Lucy Rossington and her family. With the plot twists and challenge of detection this is perhaps the most dramatic Rossington novel yet.