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On Beulah Height

Reginald Hill: On Beulah Height (UK 2009)

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They moved everyone that long hot summer fifteen years ago. They needed a new reservoir and an old community seemed a cheap price to pay. They even dug up the dead and moved them too. But four inhabitants of the valley they couldn't move, for nobody knew where they were. Three little girls had gone missing, and the prime suspect in their disappearance, Benny Lightfoot This was Andy Dalziel's worst case and now fifteen years on he looks set to relive it. It's another long hot summer. A child goes missing in the next valley, and old fears arise as someone sprays the deadly message on the wall of Danby: BENNY'S BACK! Music and myth mingle as the Mid-Yorkshire team delve into their pasts and into their own reserves of experience and endurance in search of answers which threaten to bring more pain than they resolve.

Reginald Hill: On Beulah Height. A Dalziel & Pascoe Novel. HarperCollins, ISBN 9780007313174 (June, 2009), 528 p., £7.99.

 

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On Beulah Height

Reginald Hill: On Beulah Height (USA 1999)

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With modernity raising its ugly head in Yorkshire, the grand idea of the Water Board was to flood a local valley to make a reservoir. Of course they had to bulldoze the homes of Dendale, the farming town inconveniently situated in that valley, first, and relocate the families. That was when the children began to disappear.

Andy Dalziel was a young detective in those days, and he took the case hard. Three little girls were missing in all. No bodies were ever found, and the best suspect, a strange lad named Benny Lightfoot, was held for a time, then released.

Twelve years later, with one of the driest summers on record, the ruins of Dendale have begun to reappear in the reservoir. And the child-snatching has started again. Dalziel, older, wiser, and more caustic, is determined to get his man this time.

Reginald Hill: On Beulah Height. A Dalziel / Pascoe Mystery. Dell Publishing, ISBN 0440225906 (October, 1999), 560 p., $7.99.

 

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On Beulah Height

Reginald Hill: On Beulah Height (UK 1999)

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They'd moved everyone out of Dendale that long hot summer fifteen years ago. They needed a new reservoir, and an old community seemed a cheap price to pay. They even dug up the dead and moved them too.

But four inhabitants of the dale they couldn't move, for nobody knew where they were. Three little girls who'd gone missing, and the prime suspect in their disappearance, Benny Lightfoot.

This was Andy Dalziel's worst case and now fifteen years on he looks set to relive it. It's another long hot summer. A child goes missing in the next valley, and as the Dendale reservoir waters shrink and the old village re-emerges from the depths, old fears and suspicions arise too as someone sprays the deadly message on the wall of the small town of Danby.

Myth and music mingle as the Mid-Yorkshire team delve deep into the past and into their own reserves of experience and endurance in search of answers which threaten to bring more pain than they resolve.

Reginald Hill: On Beulah Height. A Dalziel & Pascoe Novel. HarperCollins, ISBN 000649000X (February, 1999), 439 p., £6.99.

 

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On Beulah Height

Reginald Hill: On Beulah Height (USA 1998)

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Into thin air...
Three little girls, one by one, had vanished from the farming village of Dendale. And Superintendent Andy Dalziel, a young detective in those days, never found their bodies -- or the person who snatched them. Then the valley where Dendale stood was flooded to create a reservoir, and the town itself ceased to be... except in Dalziel's memory.

Twelve years later, the threads of past and present are slowly winding into a chilling mosaic. A drought and dropping water table have brought Dendale's ruins into view. And a little girl has gone missing from a nearby village. Helped by Chief Inspector Peter Pascoe, an older, fatter, and wiser Dalziel has a second chance to uncover the secrets of a drowned valley. And now the identity of a killer rests on what one child saw... and what another, now grown, fears with all her heart to remember...

Reginald Hill: On Beulah Height. A Dalziel & Pascoe Mystery. Delacorte Press, ISBN 0385332785 (August, 1998), 374 p., $22.95.

 

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