The Winds of Change

The Winds of Change

A Richard Jury Mystery

Book - 2004
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The shooting death of an unidentified little girl found on a shabby London street, as well as the discovery of the body of an unknown woman in the gardens on the estate of Declan Scott, prompts Superintendent Richard Jury to join forces with Melrose Plant and Brian Macalvie, commander of the Devon and Cornwall police, to investigate a labyrinthine case of sexual perversity and murder. 150,000 first printing.

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Brian Macalvie of the Devon and Cornwall police takes this failure especially hard, since he had headed up the investigation three years ago when Flora disappeared one day from the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Scott's step-daughter has vanished. His wife Mary has died.
Joined by the intrepid Melrose Plant, now a gardener at Angel Gate, Jury and Macalvie rake over the present and the past in a pub near Launceston called the Winds of Change. In a case where the victim is as hard to identify as the murderer and where no one is exactly who he seems, how can Jury be sure that he himself hasn't been duped in some game of illusion?

Baker
& Taylor

The death of a girl found on a London street, as well as the discovery of the body of a woman prompts Richard Jury to join forces with Plant and Macalvie, commander of the Devon and Cornwall police, to investigate a murder.

Publisher: New York : Viking, 2004
ISBN: 9780670033270
0670033278
Characteristics: 407 p. ; 25 cm

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