The Red Herring (Chief Inspector Woodend, #7)
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The Red Herring (Chief Inspector Woodend #7)

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The discovery of the body of a young, red-haired school mistress, lying in a pig-pen with her face half-eaten away, is the beginning of a new investigation for Charlie Woodend. But it is to be an investigation he is soon ordered to abandon when Helen Dunn, the daughter of Wing Commander Dunn - and a pupil at the school where the dead woman taught - suddenly vanishes into t...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published June 1st 2002 by Severn House Publishers (first published 2002)
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Great story line on this Inspector Woodend novel. I like how Sally Spencer weaves her stories. You may figure out part of what is going on but more than likely won't figure it all out.
Nice police procedural set in 60's Lancashire. Has some nifty twists to keep you guessing.
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