Unkindest Cut

By Gerald Hammond
(Severn House Publishers, Hardcover, 9780727881779, 170pp.)

Publication Date: October 2012

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"A knife-wielding criminal threatens a rural Scottish idyll in the latest mystery from a well-loved author . . . "Life is good for Jane Highsmith and Roland Fox Jane is planning on taking over the local veterinary practice, Roland's second novel has been accepted for publication, and they are soon to be married. However, their wedding day is interrupted by a knife-wielding intruder. After confronting Jane in her surgery, she manages to inject the culprit with a microchip used for identifying pets. When a nearby petrol station is robbed by the same perpetrator, DI Fellowes and DS Bright hope that the microchip will lead them to the suspect . . .




About the Author
John Skelton was an ordained priest and rector. He was poet laureate at the University of Oxford and Cambridge University, a court poet for King Henry VII, and a tutor to King Henry VIII. Gerald Hammond is a professor of English at the University of Manchester. He is the author of "Fleeting Things" and "The Making of the English Bible", and the editor of "Selected Poems: Richard Lovelace".
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