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Child's Play

Reginald Hill: Child's Play (UK 2015)

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"Reginald Hill stands head and shoulders above any other writer of crime fiction" Observer
When Geraldine Lomas dies, her huge fortune is left to an animal rights organization, a fascist front and a services benevolent fund. But at her funeral a middle-aged man steps forward, claiming to be her long-lost son and rightful heir.

He is later found shot dead in the police car park, leaving behind a multitude of suspects. And Superintendent Dalziel and Peter Pascoe find themselves plunged into an investigation that makes most of their previous cases look like child's play...

Reginald Hill: Child's Play. A Dalziel & Pascoe Novel. Harper eBook, ISBN: 9780007386222 (July, 2015), 857 KB (ca. 368 p.), £5.99.

 

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Child's Play

Reginald Hill: Child's Play (USA 2010)

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There shouldn't be anything unusual about the death of an elderly widow, until a man appears at her graveside, claiming to be her long-lost son. He's entitled to shed all the tears he likes, but whether he's entitled to her substantial fortune is another question. It's a poser, but one Fat Andy can handle much more easily than he can the decision of the resolutely boring Sgt. Wield to come busting out of the closet.

Reginald Hill: Child's Play. Dalziel & Pascoe No. 9. Felony & Mayhem, ISBN: 9781934609613 (November, 2010), 320 p., $14.95.

 

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Child's Play

Reginald Hill: Child's Play (UK 2009)

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Geraldine Lomas's son went missing in Italy during World War Two, but the eccentric old lady never accepted his death. Now she is dead, leaving the Lomas beer fortune to be divided between an animal rights organization, a fascist front and a services benevolent fund. As disgruntled relatives gather by the graveside, the funeral is interrupted by a middle-aged man in an Italian suit, who falls to his knees crying, 'Mama!' Andy Dalziel is preoccupied with the illegal book one of his sergeants is running on who is to be appointed as the new Chief Constable. But when a dead Italian turns up in the police car park, Peter Pascoe and his bloated superior are plunged into an investigation that makes internal police politics look like child's play!

Reginald Hill: Child's Play. A Dalziel & Pascoe Novel. HarperCollins, ISBN: 9780007313105 (June, 2009), 368 p., £7.99.

 

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