The Corpse at the Haworth Tandoori

The Corpse at the Haworth Tandoori

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The body of a young man, almost naked, in the car park behind one of Hawortha€™s many eating establishments marks the beginning of the case, and it is his identity that is the first puzzle for DC Charlie Peace and his superior Detective Superintendent Oddie. But before long the puzzle that most concerns them is the nature of the close-knit artistic community where Declan Oa€™Hearn had acted as odd-job boy. The little knot of people seem to be united less by their ability as painters than by a common worship of the distinguished artist Ranulph Byatt, who has not only brought them together, but seems to prefer the adulation of his inferiors to the judgement of his equals. Peace, searching for clues, soon starts to wonder if there isna€™t a sinister reason for this. And as the search for the killer gathers pace, Peace and Oddie uncover a series of dark secrets on the harsh Haworth landscape. Atmospheric, witty and perceptive, The Corpse at the Haworth Tandoori is vintage Robert Barnard.One of the Acohltes After he had shut the front door of Ashworth, Charlie got himself through the little garden gate and out to the lane. There he took out his personal phone and got on to the West Yorkshire Police Headquarters. a#39;Mike?

Title:The Corpse at the Haworth Tandoori
Author:Robert Barnard
Publisher:Pan Macmillan - 2012-11-29


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