Crime In Question
By Margaret Yorke
An enthralling web of suspense and tension spun with deceptive ease.
With her customary skill, Margaret Yorke weaves an enthralling web of suspense and tension out of seemingly ordinary and unrelated events.
Denis is living on the edge of society: neglected and unwanted, he scrapes by on his earnings as an odd-jobber. His is the sort of desperation that will tip into lawlessness at the drop of a monkey-wrench.
A chance encounter with Len, inmate of the local open prison, enables Denis to prove himself as the accessory to a cunningly contrived crime . . . which ends in murder and has Denis running for his life.
Margaret Yorke has been intriguing her wide readership with tales of how the extraordinary affects the lives of the ordinary for many years. A past chairman of the CWA, she lives near Aylesbury.
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15 Mar 2018
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