A Pair of Sharp Eyes (Paperback)
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A Pair of Sharp Eyes (Paperback)

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Paperback 282 Pages / Published: 10/09/2019
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Coronation hears of the murders before she even reaches the slave port of Bristol - six boys found with their throats slit. Horrified, she wonders at the locals' readiness to blame the killings on Red John, a travelling-man few have actually seen. Coronation yearns to know more about the mystery. But first she has to outsmart the bawds, thieves and rakes who prey on young girls like her, fresh from the countryside and desperate for work. When the murderer strikes shockingly close to Coronation, she schemes, eavesdrops and spies on all around her until the shameful truth is out.

Publisher: Bookline and Thinker Ltd
ISBN: 9781916410336
Number of pages: 282
Dimensions: 203 x 126 mm

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“A vividly portrayed historical fiction novel, fused with elements of mystery and crime fiction.”

I hope this is going to be a series.

Coronation (Corrie) the main protagonist is enigmatic, despite her youth. Her courage, cleverness, and compassion make her the perfect amateur sleuth and social activist. The... More

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Linda Hepworth

“An engaging story - with a likeable protagonist!”

As this engaging story opens, fourteen-year-old Coronation (Corrie) Amesbury is a passenger in a stagecoach; following the relatively recent deaths of her brother and her father, and a fire which completely destroyed... More

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