SciFan: books and links for the science fiction fan

  search by writer, book or series:
   
 writers & series: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
home | about | links | e-mail 
 
   Inconsiderate Death, An, by Betty Rowlands  
 
  Novel, first publication in 1997
 
  New to SciFan?
SciFan is dedicated to helping you discover new fantasy and SF books:
  • our database of 40,000+ books is cross-referenced by author, series and theme and is updated almost daily
  • we cover new and forthcoming books like no one else [more about us.]

  •  
     
      Buy it online  
     


    Get most new and used editions at Amazon.com, Amazon Canada , Amazon UK or Powells

    Look for second-hand books at Biblio

       
     
       Additional Information  
     
      The normally peaceful Gloucestershire village of Marsdean finds itself host to a murder scene. Lorraine Chant, wife of a wealthy businessman is found strangled in her home. On first inspection, the police suspect that she disturbed a burglar in her home and the thief panicked. But curiously, it seems that he knew about the two hidden safes at the Chant's house yet nothing was taken.
    Coincidentally, the Chants' handyman, Terry Holland, a man with a few secrets of his own, finds out that his van has been stolen and abandoned on the same day.

    Sukey is a police photographer and Scene of Crime Officer, who is helping to investigate the crime scene. Although she doesn't yet realise it, she has already met the murderer of Lorraine Chant.

    Hugo Bayliss is a man of many identities, dubious background and has a penchant for attractive married women, including Lorraine Chant. When he offers Sukey extra money to do some freelance photography, Sukey unwittingly becomes involved on the other side of crime.

     
     
      Part of series  
     
     
  • Sukey Reynolds (#1)

  •  
     
      Related theme(s)  
     
     
  • 20th Century
  • Cops - Sheriff
  • Great Britain
  • Murders
  • Mystery
  • Women Sleuths

  •  
    1998-2010 Olivier Travers & Sophie Bellais - All Rights Reserved