Cd Music - Dvd Movie & VHS Tapes & Book Place by CHMailOrder

The US Website to Buy Online : Cd Music & Movies - Dvd - Vintage Vhs - Books - Knights Templar Items - Holistic Magnetic Bracelets - Usb Wind Proof Lighters - Christian Jewelry - Flags - Gifts & More

A Fatal Attachment By Barnard, Robert

$9.50
DISCOUNTS
Quantity:
Add to cart
Img 3906899656 1545086197 thumb200.jpg  custom
Payment options
PayPal
Shipping options
Estimated to arrive by Mon, Apr 26th

The seller offers expedited shipping. Add the item to your cart and view your cart to select a shipping method.

This estimate is based on:

  • The seller's handling time
  • USPS Media Mail (2 to 9 business days) transit time to US

Actual delivery times may vary. Have shipping questions? Contact the seller

$4.48 via USPS Media Mail (2 to 9 business days) to United States
Other shipping options
Quantity Available
Only one in stock, order soon
Return policy
Returns Accepted Learn more »

Item details

Condition
Very Good
ISBN
0380719983
Format
Paperback
Publication Year
1994
Language
English
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Author
Barnard, Robert
ISBN-10
0380719983
binding
Paperback
manufacturer
Avon Books (Mm)
Publication Date
1994-01-01
brand
Avon Books (Mm)
ean
9780380719983
Topic
Fiction

About this item

A Fatal Attachment By Barnard, Robert

 

Lydia Perceval was - apparently - a charming and gifted woman. As a successful biographer, she led a privileged and comfortable life in her well-ordered, luxurious country-cottage. She felt terribly sorry for her sister, married to an unemployed drunk, mother of two sons, both of whom had loved their adorable Aunt Lydia much more than their parents. Lydia had a way with young people, particularly boys. She knew how to bring out the best in them. As it happened, her sister's two boys had proved something of a disappointment - Maurice had demeaned himself by going to work in television, and Gavin, the best, had died a hero in the Falklands War. Lydia felt a little lost without some young people to groom into greatness. And then she met the Bellingham boys. It was like a reply of the past, two bright young boys, one dark, one fair, just waiting for Lydia to take over their lives. But before she could do so, Lydia was strangled. The motives were subtle, obscure. And there were very few clues. But as Superintendent Mike Oddie started his investigations, he began to suspect that quite a few people hadn't liked the charming Lydia Perceval at all. 'Barnard's three-card trickster's skill for deception is deftly demonstrated' "Guardian" 'Barnard not only creates an array of sharply etched characters whom he manipulates like a virtuoso puppet-master, he manipulates the reader as well