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Mystery and Suspense
Author: Francis Fyfield
ISBN: 0593035313
Subcategory: Mystery
Pages 208 pages
Publisher Bantam Bks Uk; First Printing edition (March 3, 1994)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 437
ePUB size: 1600 kb
FB2 size: 1783 kb
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by Francis Fyfield


The inhabitants were ruled by good sense, kept promises to one another, did not mind their own business and only fleeced the holiday-makers enough to make a modest living

Perfectly pure and good, . Perfectly Pure and Good, . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23. Contents. The inhabitants were ruled by good sense, kept promises to one another, did not mind their own business and only fleeced the holiday-makers enough to make a modest living. They neither noticed nor cared how the blatant vulgarity of the quay’s front marred the Victorian splendour of the rear enough to deter any serious follower of taste.

Perfectly Pure And Good book. But she soon discovers that guilt, insecurity, unrequited love PERFECTLY PURE AND GOOD - Okay Fyfield, Francis - 2nd in Sarah Fortune series

Perfectly Pure And Good book. But she soon discovers that guilt, insecurity, unrequited love PERFECTLY PURE AND GOOD - Okay Fyfield, Francis - 2nd in Sarah Fortune series. When Sarah Fortune, with her impeccable qualifications and chequered history, is sent to a small town in Norfolk, she goes willingly. Sorting out the inheritance problems of the Pardoes, Merton-on-Sea's premier family, promises to distance her from a claustrophobic relationship with Malcolm Cook.

Perfectly pure and good. Пользовательский отзыв - Kirkus. Frances Fyfield has spent much of her professional life practising as a criminal lawyer, work which has informed her highly acclaimed crime novels. She has been the recipient of both the Gold and Silver Crime Writers' Association Daggers. She is also a regular broadcaster on Radio 4, most recently as the presenter of the series 'Tales from the Stave'.

There was nothing rural about it and the clean, hygienic smell, still reminiscent of sickness, made it somehow a fitting place to discuss a will. ver, to my wife Jennifer absolutely. Look,' Julian was saying from the opposite side of a depressing metal desk, oblivious to her curiosity, cutting short niceties and looking at any point in the bare room which did not include Sarah's presence, 'I can't pretend. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. Family fights, suicides, sirens, death, and even a ghost. Everything happens her. ttorney Sarah Fortune is dispatched to a small coastal town to straighten out the financial affairs of the eccentric Pardoe family. The three siblings and their mother, who is suffering from dementia, own most of Merton on Sea. The business of the estate should be simple enough, and Sarah sees the job as an opportunity for a mini-vacation-a chance to get out of the city.

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Sarah Fortune, first encountered in "Shadows on the Mirror", is sent to Merton-on-Sea in Norfolk to sort out the inheritance problems of the small town's premier family. But she discovers much more than just an ambiguously-worded will - and also has to confront the pain of her own past.
Anarus
I've read other Fyfield's and liked them, this book was a disappointment with an unsympathetic ''heroine'' and no plot.
Thoginn
There is NOTHING better than a Fyfield (even rereading a Fyfield) on a cold damp night in front of a roaring fire. Delicious!
Visonima
This is not the first novel that I have read by Fyfield. I had first read Blind Date and enjoyed it quite a bit. On the strength of that, I picked up Perfectly Pure and Good. I was really looking forward to reading it.

What a difference between the two books. I thought that Perfectly Pure and Good was really wretched. The plot was unbelievable; was there anyone who did not see the big surprise in the plot coming a mile away? The main character was even more unbelievable-- a beautiful spontaneous lawyer who solves problems by sleeping with people. She even sleeps with the obnoxious mildly sadistic characters, which was disturbing on a number of levels. It was not offensive, precisely. It was just plain silly.

Fyfield did better with the male characters in the book-- the only reason that I gave this two stars instead of just one.

Skip this one and read something from another Fyfield series. I sincerely hope that this book and not Blind Date was the anomaly.
Rollers from Abdun
I liked this book but not as good as some of her other book. Always a Fyfield fan, she writes great crime mysteries you can't put down. Always page turners. This one is no exception, but I have liked others more. The story lacked a little in this one for me. I did not get into it as much. But don't get me wrong. This was still a great book. This book has a good plot I just didn't enjoy it as much as some of her others. I like Sarah's character but again I like some of her other characters better. A good book just not my cup of tea.I am just conflicted about it. I liked it, it was goo, just not great.
GODMAX
Frances Fyfield is master of moody mysteries in tone of grey. This second novel with Sarah Fortune has the usual exploration of convoluted relationships and emotions that fom the core of the mystery. Key among these is the feelings that draw into places we know we should not go, but can't help. Tight and suspenseful, this demonstrates why Fyfield is head and shoulders above most other writers of this kind of dark suspense.