Merchant's house Kate Ellis.Series: Wesley Peterson. 1 Publication details: Great Britain : Piatkus, 2006.Description: 320 p. ;18 cmISBN:
- 0749936991 (pbk)
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|Book||Melbourne Athenaeum Library||Fiction - Crime||ELL||Peterson Bk.1||Issued||13/02/2023||029990|
Detective and mystery stories. In the West Country port of Tradmouth DS Wesley Peterson is investigating the brutal murder of a young woman on a cliff path and searching for a missing toddler. Meanwhile, archaeologist Neil Watson is excavating a merchant's house nearby when he is shocked to uncover the bodies of a woman and child, both strangled.As more information is revealed, Wesley begins to suspect that these deaths, though centuries apart, are strangely and tragically linked by age-old motives of jealousy, sexual obsession and desperate longing. And the pressure is on if he is to prevent a further tragedy...