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Is part of Inspector Lord Pinhorn Series Jenny Ford 2013 series - author novel (number 5 in series)
Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 Squirrel
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'Inspector Lord Bernard Pinhorn looked out across the fluffy clouds with visions of Daisy in his head. It was the 2nd June, 2010 and Qantas Flight 654 to Vancouver was due to touch down in approximately half an hour. He had occupied his time by admiring the snow-capped mountains that intermittently peaked through the clouds but deep down he knew he couldn’t wait to hold Daisy in his arms again. Just the thought of her made his heart race.” While picnicking with Daisy at Lyn Canyon, Bernard enjoys photographing two playful squirrels. He notices trickles of blood on their paws and fluffy tails and can’t resist following them to what appears to be a beautiful lady peacefully asleep against a tree and rabbit burrow. His detective instincts tell him otherwise as on closer inspection he discovers Victim No. 1 - Gemma Ruby Mason. His holiday quickly turns into a triple murder investigation involving both himself and the Canadian Mounties as he travels across the provinces of Canada and into Alaska. All the bodies were found near toxic Oleander and Fox Glove bushes and share a baffling common link – they have identical faces but how can this be possible? Establishing a motive, a connection to the victims and the identity of the cold blooded murderer proves a challenge, which leads to some startling revelations. His love for Daisy deepens to new heights as he returns to Australia an engaged man planning his wedding from the other side of the world……' (Publication summary)

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    • Saratoga, Green Point - Davistown area, Gosford, Central Coast, New South Wales,: Jenny Ford , 2014 .
      This image has been sourced from online.
      Extent: 326p.
      • Published 3 June 2014
      ISBN: 9780992312985
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