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A Reformed Character
     

A Reformed Character

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by Cecilia Peartree
 

Can anyone ever really change? Christopher and Amaryllis ask themselves this question when a young man comes to the door of their holiday caravan one wet evening.
The attempt to answer it takes them and their friends on a dangerous journey from a Pitkirtly ice-cream shop to a knitting club and then to a cattery before they reach a dangerous conclusion in an old

Overview

Can anyone ever really change? Christopher and Amaryllis ask themselves this question when a young man comes to the door of their holiday caravan one wet evening.
The attempt to answer it takes them and their friends on a dangerous journey from a Pitkirtly ice-cream shop to a knitting club and then to a cattery before they reach a dangerous conclusion in an old railway yard.
A Pitkirtly mystery

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011538551
Publisher:
Cecilia Peartree
Publication date:
09/17/2011
Series:
Pitkirtly Mysteries , #3
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
436,759
File size:
284 KB

Meet the Author

Cecilia Peartree is the pen name of a writer from Edinburgh. She has dabbled in various genres so far, including science fiction and humour, but she keeps returning to a series of 'cosy' mysteries set in a small town in Fife. The first full length novel in the series, 'Crime in the Community', is what is known as 'perma-free' to encourage you to read the other eleven, soon to be twelve, novels in the series. The Quest series is set in the different Britain of the 1950s. The fifth novel in this series, 'A Quest in Berlin' was published in March 2017.. As befits a cosy mystery writer, Cecilia Peartree lives in the leafy suburbs with her cats.

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A Reformed Character 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is not a great book by any stretch, but it is fun and funny. I enjoy dotty English detectives and these rank right up there! Plot moves along & humor abounds.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
MORE AMALIRIS AND CHRISTIFOR!