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A Fatal Attachment (Charlie Peace #2)

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Lydia Perceval is happier than she's been in years. Two new boys have come into her life.
A nationally known writer of popular biographies, Lydia lives a sterile, lonely existance in a lovely cottage in the West Yorkshire village of Bly. Her biographies of such men as Lord Nelson, Byron and Frederick the Great have brough recognition and affluence, but Lydia's personal lif
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Published by Avon Books (first published 1992)
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Aug 21, 2015 Mark Macatee rated it really liked it
I started out really not caring for this book, but then the author did what he always does and makes the characters so interesting that you want to know more and more about them. Lydia is not a sympathetic character, nor is she really mean to be, but the story surrounding that comes out after the murder is really enjoyable to read.
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Apr 24, 2014 Cathy Houston rated it really liked it
Early Charlie Peace mystery, great twist in the end
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Robert Barnard is fast becomming my favorite British mystery author. In his books (the ones I've read so far) murder is always an outcome of tense family dynamics, which he delineates with great subtlety.
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Jan 03, 2013 Elizabeth rated it really liked it
Robert Barnard takes a look at a personality trait in a woman that affects all the people around her and eventuates in a circumstance leading to murder. It is a subtle well done story.
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Aka Bernard Bastable.

Robert Barnard (born 23 November 1936) is an English crime writer, critic and lecturer.

Born in Essex, Barnard was educated at the Royal Grammar School in Colchester and at Balliol College in Oxford. His first crime novel, A Little Local Murder, was published in 1976. The novel was written while he was a lecturer at University of Tromsø in Norway. He has gone on to write more t
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