An Emma Fielding MysteryBook - 2004
The Beeler Mystery Series publishes outstanding mysteries by writers most popular with library patrons. This is no ordinary mystery series, however. Titles selected for the program are not only well written and enjoyable, they also do not contain explicit sex, graphic violence and offensive language. As a result Beeler Large Print Mysteries are certain to please "all of your library patrons! Archaeologist Emma Fielding is beginning to doubt the wisdom of spending her vacation in England helping friends excavate a twelfth-century abbey, especially when they uncover an all-too-modern skeleton in a nearby medieval graveyard. But it's the second discovery--of a murdered graduate student recently missing from the dig--that suggests to Emma that Manchester isn't exactly the quiet riverside town it appears to be. There are dark passions and lethal secrets buried here, heinous crimes that shake the conflicted community to its core. And it's up to Emma, an outsider far from home, to delve into a past that too many people--including her friends--would do anything to hide.
Publisher: Rollinsford, N.H. : Beeler Large Print, 2004, c2002
Branch Call Number: FICTION CAMERON
Characteristics: 392 p. (large print) ; 25 cm