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The Wood Beyond

Reginald Hill: The Wood Beyond (UK 2009)

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A ravaged wood, a man in uniform long dead -- this is not a World War One battlefield, but Wanwood House, a pharmaceutical research centre. Peter Pascoe attends his grandmother's funeral, and scattering her ashes leads him too into wartorn woods in search of his great-grandfather who fought and died in Passchendaele. Seeing the wood for the trees is the problem for Andy Dalziel when he finds himself fancying an animal rights activist, depite her possible complicity in a murderous assault and her appalling taste in whisky. A mind-bending puzzle leading us on the wild side of the pastoral.

Reginald Hill: The Wood Beyond. A Dalziel & Pascoe Novel. HarperCollins, ISBN 9780007313167 (June, 2009), 448 p., £7.99.

 

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The Wood Beyond

Reginald Hill: The Wood Beyond (UK 2003)

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A ravaged wood, a man in uniform long dead -- this is not a World War One battlefield, but Wanwood House, a pharmaceutical research centre. Peter Pascoe attends his grandmother's funeral, and scattering her ashes leads him too into wartorn woods in search of his great-grandfather who fought and died in Passchendaele. Seeing the wood for the trees is the problem for Andy Dalziel when he finds himself fancying an animal rights activist, depite her possible complicity in a murderous assault and her appalling taste in whisky. A mind-bending puzzle leading us on the wild side of the pastoral.

Reginald Hill: The Wood Beyond. A Dalziel & Pascoe Novel. HarperCollins, ISBN 0006479944 (June, 2003), 433 p., £6.99.

 

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The Wood Beyond

Reginald Hill: The Wood Beyond (USA 1997)

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Police Inspector Peter Pascoe has stumbled upon the remains of an ancestor unjustly executed in wartime. As he delves into the mystery of his disgraced great-grandfather's death, his partner, Detective Superintendent Andrew Dalziel, is preoccupied with a shapely animal rights activist. Eight female protesters have discovered human bones on the grounds of a drug company's research headquarters, and the investigation has a shocking connection to Pascoe's own family case.

Reginald Hill: The Wood Beyond. A Dalziel / Pascoe Mystery. Dell, ISBN 0440218039 (March, 1997), 416 p., $7.50.

 

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The Wood Beyond

Reginald Hill: The Wood Beyond (USA 1996)

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Inspector Peter Pascoe is busy eulogizing his recently deceased grandmother when Detective Superintendent Andrew Dalziel is called up to Wanwood House, the research headquarters of ALBA Pharmaceuticals, to investigate human remains unearthed by a pack of animal rights activists. The ANIMA members and their wire-cutter-brandishing leader have already been connected to several pharmaceutical lab raids, including one that left a security officer dead. No one, however, has been able to conclusively tie them to the crime. Irresistible impulse leads Dalziel to accept an invitation to the home of ANIMA's formidable chief, Cap Marvell, as celebrated for her heroic chest as she is for her rampaging zest. It's lunchtime when the Fat Man arrives, with time aplenty to endure a tofu entree and savor carnal desserts.

As Pascoe receives his grandmother's postmortem confessional, he's plunged into a mystery that hearkens back to World War I, to family skeletons in a closet he's driven to explore. That leaves phlegmatic Sergeant Wield to meet the challenge as a fresh corpse surfaces with all the earmarks of murder - and a prime suspect who strikes much too close to home for Mid-Yorkshire's two top policemen...

Reginald Hill: The Wood Beyond. Delacorte Press, ISBN 0385312717 (March, 1996), 358 p., $21.95.

 

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The Wood Beyond

Reginald Hill: The Wood Beyond (UK 1996)

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A ravaged wood pocketed with water-filled craters, men in uniform and a skeletal hand reaching out of the mud - this is not a World War One battlefield, but Wanwood House, a pharmaceutical research centre.

Away to the south, Peter Pascoe is attending his grandmother's funeral. A chapter in his life has closed, but scattering her ashes opens up pages in the past leading him too into war-ravaged woods in search of the great-grandfather who fought and died in the Passchendaele campaign.

Seeing the wood for the trees is a problem shared by Andy Dalziel and Edgar Wield. The latter in his investigations into the bones found at Wanwood, and the former in his deepening and dangerous involvement with animal rights activist Amanda Marvell, despite the double disincentive of her possible complicity in a murderous assault and her appalling taste in whiskey.

In The Wood Beyond we are walking on the wild side of the pastoral, through fields where nothing may safely graze and into woods where no bird dares sing...

Reginald Hill: The Wood Beyond. A Dalziel and Pascoe Novel. HarperCollins, ISBN 000232525X (March, 1996), 374 p., £14.99.

 

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