Star Fall: A Bill Slider British Police Procedural (Bill Slider Mystery #17) (Paperback)
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This is book number 17 in the Bill Slider Mystery series.
- #14: Kill My Darling (Bill Slider Mysteries #14) (Large Print / Hardcover): Email or call for price.
- #16: Hard Going (Bill Slider Mystery #16) (Paperback): $17.95
- #18: One Under: A British Police Procedural (Bill Slider Mystery #18) (Paperback): $17.95
- #19: Old Bones: A British Police Procedural (Bill Slider Mystery #19) (Paperback): $17.95
- #20: Shadow Play: A British Police Procedural (Bill Slider Mystery #20) (Paperback): $17.95
- #21: Headlong (Bill Slider Mystery #21) (Paperback): $17.95
- #22: Cruel as the Grave (Bill Slider Mystery #22) (Hardcover): $28.99
Who would kill a charming antiques expert Rowland Egerton, the darling of daytime TV? Bill Slider and his team are on the case . . . 'It's quiet out there, ' says DS Atherton, at Bill Slider's office window. 'Too quiet.' Right on cue, the phone rings. 'Now look what you've done, ' says Slider. It's a homicide. The post-Christmas lull is officially over. The deceased is antiques expert Rowland Egerton, the darling of daytime TV, stabbed to death in his luxurious West London home. The press are going to be all over this one like a nasty rash: the pressure's on Slider for a result, and soon. Egerton's partner, the bulky, granite-faced John Lavender, found the body; did he also do the deed? Or was it a burglary gone wrong? A missing Faberg box and Impressionist painting point that way. But as Slider and his team investigate, none of the facts seem to fit. And it soon becomes clear that the much-loved, charming Mr Egerton wasn't as universally loved, or perhaps as charming, as Slider was first led to believe . . .
About the Author
Cynthia Harrod-Eagles is the author of the internationally acclaimed Bill Slider mysteries and the historical Morland Dynasty series. She lives in London, is married with three children and enjoys music, wine, gardening, horses and the English countryside.