Death in Holy Orders

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  • Author : P. D. James
  • Publisher : Seal Books
  • Pages : 672 pages
  • ISBN : 9780770429034
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Death in Holy Orders

Death in Holy Orders
  • Author : P. D. James
  • Publisher : Seal Books
  • Release : 01 April 2002
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When the body of a theology student is found on a desolate stretch of East Anglian coast, his wealthy father demands that Scotland Yard should re-examine the verdict of accidental death.

Death in Holy Orders

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On the bleak coast of East Anglia, atop a sweep of low cliffs, stands the small theological college of St. Anselm's. On the shore not far away, lies the body of one of the school's young ordinands. He is the son of Sir Alred Treeves, a hugely successful and flamboyant businessman who is accustomed to getting what he wants - and in this case what he wants is Commander Adam Dalgliesh to investigate his son's death. No sooner does Dalgliesh

Death in Holy Orders

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  • Publisher : Faber & Faber
  • Release : 04 September 2008
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When the body of a theology student is found on a desolate stretch of coast in East Anglia, his wealthy father demands that Scotland Yard should re-examine the verdict of accidental death. Commander Adam Dalgliesh agrees to pay a visit to the young man's theological college, St Anselm's, a place he knew as a boy, expecting no more than a nostalgic return to old haunts and a straightforward examination of the evidence. Instead he finds himself embroiled in intrigue, secrets

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  • Release : 21 January 2010
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