Windsor Red MOBI º Hardcover


  • Hardcover
  • 184 pages
  • Windsor Red
  • Jennie Melville
  • English
  • 22 June 2016
  • 9780312018467

10 thoughts on “Windsor Red

  1. Kacper Nedza Kacper Nedza says:

    425 stars Dark and morbid but also sensitive and empathetic filled with human characters and written with MelvilleButler's usual characterful touch


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Windsor Red[KINDLE] ❅ Windsor Red Author Jennie Melville – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Policewoman Charmian Daniels' innate curiosity about feminist crime takes her on sabbatical from the force to research her thesis in historic Windsor Her subjects are an odd group of six female ex con Policewoman Charmian Daniels' innate curiosity about feminist crime takes her on sabbatical from the force to research her thesis in historic Windsor Her subjects are an odd group of six female ex cons she's dubbed her Gang of Girls But a series of bizarre and gruesome crimes intrude The rebellious daughter of her closest friend disappears the severed limbs of an unidentified corpse appear in a trash bin babies are being snatched then returned and headless torsos begin to turn up Charmian searches for the invisible thread she suspects links the crimes perhaps even to her coterie of female criminals as death paints lovely Windsor Red.


About the Author: Jennie Melville

Gwendoline ButlerGwendoline Williams was born on th August in South London England UK daughter of Alice Lee and Alfred Edward Williams her younger twin brothers are also authors Educated at Lady Margaret Hall Oxford where she read History and later lectured there On th October she married Dr Lionel Harry Butler a professor of medieval history at University of St Andrews and historian Fellow of All Souls and Principal of Royal Holloway College The marriage had a daughter Lucilla ButlerIn she started to published John Coffin novels under her married name Gwendoline Butler In she decided used her grandmother's name Jennie Melville as pseudonym to sing her Charmian Daniels novels She was credited for inventing the woman's police procedural In addition to her mystery series she also wrote romantic novels In her novel The Red Staircase won the Romantic Novel of the Year Award by the Romantic Novelists' Association.