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Deadheads

Reginald Hill: Deadheads (UK 2015)

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"Humour and topicality along a cold enigmatic trail of murder" Observer
Life is on the up for Patrick Aldermann: his Great Aunt Florence has collapsed into her rose bed leaving him Rosemont House with its splendid gardens.

But when his boss, Dandy' Dick Elgood, suggests to Peter Pascoe that Aldermann is a murderer then later retracts the accusation the detective inspector is left with a thorny problem.

Not only have the police already dug up some interesting information about Aldermann's beautiful wife; it also appears that his rapid promotion has been helped by the convenient deaths of some of his colleagues...

Reginald Hill: Deadheads. A Dalziel & Pascoe Novel. Harper eBook, ISBN: 9780007370290 (July, 2015), 779 KB (ca. 280 p.), £4.99.

 

 

Deadheads

Reginald Hill: Deadheads (USA 2010)

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Patrick Aldermann could be a very lucky man -- or perhaps an unlucky one. People around him seem to conveniently die to his great advantage. He has, for example, inherited Great Aunt Florence's beautiful Rosemont House and its splendid rose gardens. But perhaps it is not luck, Aldermann's boss, Dick Elgood, vaguely suggests to Peter Pascoe who, as a cop, must investigate the matter, despite Elgood's subsequent retraction of that accusation.

Reginald Hill: Deadheads. Felony & Mayhem, ISBN: 9781934609590 (June, 2010), 352 p., $14.95.

 

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Deadheads

Reginald Hill: Deadheads (UK 2009)

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Life is a bed of roses for Patrick Aldermann when Great Aunt Florence collapses into her Madam Louis Laperrieres and he inherits Rosemont House with its splendid gardens. But when his boss, 'Dandy' Dick Elgood, suggests to Peter Pascoe that Aldermann is a murderer -- then retracts the accusation -- the inspector is left with a thorny problem. By then Police Cadet Singh, Mid-Yorkshire's first Asian copper, had dug up some very interesting information about Patrick's elegant wife Daphne. Superintendent Dalziel, meanwhile, is attempting to relive the days of Empire with Singh as his tea-wallah.

Reginald Hill: Deadheads. A Dalziel & Pascoe Novel. HarperCollins, ISBN: 9780007313082 (June, 2009), 400 p., £7.99.

 

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Deadheads

Reginald Hill: Deadheads (UK 1997)

From the Publisher:
Life has been roses, roses all the way for Patrick Aldermann ever since Great-Aunt Florence collapsed into her Madame Louis Laperrieres, leaving the way clear for Rosemont House and its glorious gardens to come into his possession.

But now here is his employer, 'Dandy' Dick Elgood, suggesting to an incredulous Inspector Pascoe that Patrick has got where he is by killing people. Soon he retracts the accusation, but by then Pascoe and Sergeant Wield have got their teeth into it and Police-Cadet Singh, Mid-Yorkshire's first Asian copper - if he survives the training course - is uncovering some very interesting information about Patrick's elegant wife, Daphne.

Add to this, on the left, Ellie Pascoe, who is trying to radicalise Daphne; and on the right, Superintendent Dalziel, who seems to think Cadet Singh has been provided as his personal tea-boy; and in the middle an irritatingly evasive bunch of burglars; and we have a richly colourful did-he-do-it? with a plot that unfolds like the petals of a rose.

Reginald Hill: Deadheads. HarperCollins, ISBN: 0006499910 (June, 1997), 320 p., £5.99.

 

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