Smoke alarm / Priscilla Masters.

By: Masters, Priscilla [author.]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Masters, Priscilla, Martha Gunn: book 4.Publisher: Sutton, Surrey, U.K. : Severn House, 2012Description: 214 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 9780727881991 ; 072788199X Subject(s): Gunn, Martha (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Coroners -- England -- Shrewsbury -- Fiction | Shrewsbury (England) -- FictionGenre/Form: Detective and mystery stories. DDC classification: 823.92 Summary: CRIME & MYSTERY. A deadly fire reunites coroner Martha Gunn with Detective Inspector Alex Randall in the fourth book in this successful series. On a freezing February night, firemen are called to an intense blaze at the Grange in Melverley, a picturesque village just outside Shrewsbury, where the bodies of Christie Barton, her daughter, Adelaide, and father-in-law, William, are discovered, along with evidence that suggests the fire was started deliberately. Detective Inspector Alex Randall enlists the help of coroner Martha Gunn, but the puzzle deepens when a second house fire occurs and the occupant, retired nurse Monica Deverill, who answered the appeal for information about the Melverley fire, is missing. What does Monica know about the fire at the Grange, and where is she? As Martha attempts to find the answers, the investigation will lead her to a secret buried in the past.
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CRIME & MYSTERY. A deadly fire reunites coroner Martha Gunn with Detective Inspector Alex Randall in the fourth book in this successful series. On a freezing February night, firemen are called to an intense blaze at the Grange in Melverley, a picturesque village just outside Shrewsbury, where the bodies of Christie Barton, her daughter, Adelaide, and father-in-law, William, are discovered, along with evidence that suggests the fire was started deliberately. Detective Inspector Alex Randall enlists the help of coroner Martha Gunn, but the puzzle deepens when a second house fire occurs and the occupant, retired nurse Monica Deverill, who answered the appeal for information about the Melverley fire, is missing. What does Monica know about the fire at the Grange, and where is she? As Martha attempts to find the answers, the investigation will lead her to a secret buried in the past.

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