On Beulah Height
Reginald Hill's last Dalziel/Pascoe novel,On Beulah Height, was aNew York Timesnotable book, and drew acclaim from critics everywhere. WithArms and the Women, Hill has written the book that will secure his place alongside Ruth Rendell and P. D. James. The New York Times Book Reviewcalled Reginald Hill "the master of form and sorcerer of style." His Dalziel/Pascoe series has already earned him both Britain's prestigious Golden Dagger Award and its most coveted mystery writers award, the Cartier Diamond Dagger Award. Back to weave more magic inArms and the Women, Hill will keep readers heatedly turning pages from shocking start to unexpected finish. In the space of a few days, a series of events will set Peter Pascoe and Andy Dalziel off on a case where the stakes have never been higher or more close to home. First, an attempt is made to abduct Peter Pascoe's wife, Ellie. Then Ellie's friend, Daphne Alderman, is assaulted by a man lurking around the Pascoes' house. Convinced that the crimes are somehow linked to one of Peter Pascoe's cases, either current or past, Dalziel and Pascoe race to find the culprit. As the search goes on, Peter sends Ellie and their daughter, Rosie, with Daphne Alderman to their vacation home with Detective Constable Shirley Novello as a police escort. Soon Novello begins to wonder if the stalker drawn to the Pascoe family is connected not by Peter but, rather, by Ellie. With Dalziel and Pascoe pursuing one set of leads, and Novello exploring her own, all roads eventually lead to a decaying mansion on the Yorkshire coast, where the deadly truth all seek is waiting to come to light.
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|Grouping Title||on beulah height|
|Grouping Author||hill reginald|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-08-02 04:22:33AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-08-17 04:40:30AM|
|available_at_lafayette||Lafayette Public Library|
|detailed_location_lafayette||Lafayette General Fiction|
|display_description||Adapted into a long-running hit show for the BBC, the Gold Dagger Award-winning series is now available as eBooks. It's been fifteen years since three girls were abducted from Dendale. Just as long since the village was flooded to create a reservoir. Haunted by the cold case, Andrew Dalziel believes the truth was submerged forever. But now, with a drought, the ruins of Dendale are reemerging-along with its mysteries. And as if by a terrible twist of fate, another child has vanished from a nearby hamlet. For Dalziel to finally solve an unspeakable crime, he must once again stir the dread of a still-traumatized community-and all its secrets.|
|owning_library_lafayette||Lafayette Public Library|
|owning_location_lafayette||Lafayette Public Library|
|series||Dalziel and Pascoe mysteries|
|series_with_volume||Dalziel and Pascoe mysteries|18|
Dalziel, Andrew (Fictitious character) -- Fiction
Pascoe, Peter (Fictitious character) -- Fiction
Police -- England -- Yorkshire -- Fiction
Yorkshire (England) -- Fiction
|title_display||On Beulah Height|
On Beulah Height Hill, Reginald.
On Beulah height [electronic resource] / Reginald Hill
|title_short||On Beulah Height|
Dalziel, Andrew (Fictitious character)
Pascoe, Peter (Fictitious character)