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Cradle to Grave: DI Marjory Fleming Book 6 (Paperback)
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Cradle to Grave: DI Marjory Fleming Book 6 (Paperback)

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Paperback 416 Pages / Published: 31/03/2011
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The sixth book in the critically acclaimed DI Marjory Fleming series.

'A welcome return for Templeton's tough but tender DI, Marjory 'Big Marge' Fleming... The vivid characterisation, excellent description and a horribly looming sense of inevitability make Cradle to Grave a riveting read.' Laura Wilson, Guardian

'Templeton can always be relied on to provide a well-written, cleverly-plotted, old-fashioned whodunit.' The Times

Accused of murdering the baby in her care, seemingly cold and measured nanny Lisa Stewart maintains her innocence. But when she changes her name and tries to run away, the terrifying threats always find her.

Is she an innocent victim of public anger? Or a calculating murderer on the run? DI Marjory Fleming, battling with troubles of her own, must find out.

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
ISBN: 9780340976999
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 324 g
Dimensions: 197 x 136 x 26 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
'After this nod to the traditions of a Christie-style closed-circle detective novel, Templeton gets into her (entirely contemporary) stride, as the private lives of the Scottish detectives are considered in parallel with the suspicious deeds of murder suspects and victims. A satisfying story with a well-balanced combination of human and criminal problems.' * Literary Review *
Templeton can always be relied on to provide a well-written, cleverly plotted, old-fashioned whodunit. * The Times *
'The vivid characterisation, excellent description and a horrible sense of inevitability make Cradle to Grave a riveting read.' * Guardian *
'Templeton can always be relied on to provide a well-written, cleverly plotted, old-fashioned whodunit.' * The Times *
Aline Templeton has created a classic who-dunnit, which could easily have been penned by the queen of crime writing herself - Agatha Christie . . . This is an intelligent, character-driven novel, skilfully plotted and well-paced from its leisurely start to ist moving and unexpected climax. * Peterborough Evening Telegraph *
'A Christie-style closed-circle detective novel.' * Literary Review on Cradle to Grave *
'Loved it' * Val McDermid on THE DARKNESS AND THE DEEP *
An unalloyed pleasure - an intelligent, character-driven crime novel. * Andrew Taylor on COLD IN THE EARTH *
'Skilfully plotted and well-paced' * Guardian on THE DARKNESS AND THE DEEP *
'Interesting, atmospheric and - I predict - televisual' * Literary Review on THE DARKNESS AND THE DEEP *

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