- Author:Alan Hunter
- Publisher:Walker (1983)
- Pages:181 pages
- Subcategory:Action & Adventure
- FB2 format1194 kb
- ePUB format1539 kb
- DJVU format1222 kb
- Formats:lrf lrf lrf lrf
Gently Between Tides. One drove over a big hump-backed bridge below which flowed a tidal river between dishevelled banks, turned left through a yard, then came to the car park, shaded by willows
Gently Between Tides. The moral right of the author has been asserted. One drove over a big hump-backed bridge below which flowed a tidal river between dishevelled banks, turned left through a yard, then came to the car park, shaded by willows. To the right was the concert hall with, before it, a big bronze sculpture by a celebrated artist; it was popular with visitors, some of whom were posing with it for photographs.
Gently Between Tides book. Gently Between Tides is my first Alan Hunter mystery with his superintendent, George Gently. She seemed to care only for music and poetry. Published in 1982, it is an interesting tale with many twists and turns as he solves a crime in little village in England near the marsh area. People were in protective modes and many other stances.
Books related to Gently Between Tides. The Original Inspector George Gently Collection. Mrs. Malory and the Festival Murder. Gently Down the Stream. George Gently Omnibus (Books 1-4).
Gently pointed to the sheet of paper. For a second or so Riddlesworth stared at it, his face as expressionless as ever. And suddenly Gently grew fed up with the game, which both were playing in total awareness. Then his slit of a mouth twisted. It was a waste of time! He had won his trick with Riddlesworth’s first lie.
WHAT TIME WILL your missus be back, Mr George?’ It was the thought that Gently had woken up with: that, in twelve hours’ time, he would be standing on a platform, waiting for the train bringing Gabrielle home. Sunday morning at Heatherings was one of those moments that he was learning to savour, a time of perfect leisure whose signature was the chime of the bells in the village.
Drifting upstream on the flood-tide in a dank October mist, a loosed dinghy carries the body of a once lovely girl, strangled. No mystery about who she was. everyone in the small Suffolk community devoted to music and sailing knew Hannah, the pleasant, reclusive Czech girl who lived alone in a Martello Tower by a lonely stretch of sand and shingle
Alan Hunter (25 June 1922 – 26 February 2005) was an English author of crime fiction. All of his 46 novels feature Inspector George Gently and are mainly set in East Anglia.
Alan Hunter (25 June 1922 – 26 February 2005) was an English author of crime fiction. Initially a farmer, he became an antiquarian bookseller before writing his first novel. Hunter was born at Hoveton, Norfolk and went to school across the River Bure in Wroxham. He left school at 14 and worked on his father's farm near Norwich
Gently between tides. by. Hunter, Alan, 1922-2005. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
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Gently Heartbroken (Gabrielle's Way; Scottish Decision).
ISBN 13: 978-1-47211-704-5. Gently Heartbroken (Gabrielle's Way; Scottish Decision). File: AZW3, 236 KB. 2. Gentlemen and Brides.