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Burying the past / Judith Cutler.

By: Cutler, Judith [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Cutler, Judith, Fran Harman: book 4.Publisher: Sutton : Severn House, 2012Description: 215 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780727882097.Subject(s): Harman, Fran (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Policewomen -- FictionGenre/Form: Detective and mystery stories.Summary: Fran is preparing for her forthcoming wedding to Assistant Chief Constable Mark Turner, but renovations at the rectory they plan to move into are disrupted by the discovery of a skeleton buried in the vegetable patch. As investigations into its identity progress, it's also clear that Mark's two grown-up children are less than ecstatic at the prospect of their father's forthcoming nuptials. In fact, at least one of them seems to be behaving very strangely indeed.
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Detective Chief Superintendent Fran Harman's professional and private lives collide when a skeleton is unearthed in her garden nbsp; Fran is preparing for her forthcoming wedding to Assistant Chief Constable Mark Turner, but renovations at the rectory they plan to move into are disrupted by the discovery of a skeleton buried in the vegetable patch. As investigations into its identity progress, it's also clear that Mark's two grown-up children are less than ecstatic at the prospect of their father's forthcoming nuptials. In fact, at least one of them seems to be behaving very strangely indeed . . .

"A Fran Harman mystery"--Cover.

Fran is preparing for her forthcoming wedding to Assistant Chief Constable Mark Turner, but renovations at the rectory they plan to move into are disrupted by the discovery of a skeleton buried in the vegetable patch. As investigations into its identity progress, it's also clear that Mark's two grown-up children are less than ecstatic at the prospect of their father's forthcoming nuptials. In fact, at least one of them seems to be behaving very strangely indeed.

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