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Edward Marston Railway Detective Series 3 Books Collection Set

by Lucy Foley Publisher: Allison & Busby
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SKU VRT-12600 ISBN 9789124111854 Author

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Signal for Vengeance:
1860, Wimborne, Dorset. Rebecca Tullidge, miserably married to her callous husband, is having an affair with a railway officer, who she finds dead on the railway tracks. Determined to win votes for the upcoming election of mayor, Mr Feltham calls for Inspector Colbeck and Sergeant Lemming to solve the hideous crime, which takes longer than anticipated. With a pregnant wife at home, Colbeck must work at speed if he is to return in time to be there when he becomes a father.

Blood on the Line:
The year is 1855, and on the Birmingham express train a criminal is being escorted to his appointment with the hangman. But the wily Jeremy Oxley, con-man, thief and murderer, has one last ace up his sleeve: a beautiful and ruthless accomplice willing to do anything to save her lover. Another puzzling case for the Railway Detective Robert Colbeck and his trusty deputy Victor Leeming, which will see them travelling across Britain and to New York in their attempts to capture their nemesis Oxley...

A Ticket to Oblivion:
Young Imogen Burnhope and her maid Rhoda board a non-stop train to Oxford to visit her Aunt Cassandra, who waits on the platform at Oxford station where the train terminates, to greet them. Only they never arrive. All the passengers alight but the two women are nowhere to be seen. The train is searched and the coachman swears he saw them board onto first class, but they seem to have vanished into thin air. The Railway Detective must unravel the mystifying web of their disappearance before Imogen and Rhoda vanish into oblivion for good.

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Edward Marston Railway Detective Series 3 Books Collection Set

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