Sorry,’ Drew said to Genevieve. But I’d better see who that i. No problem,’ she smiled. I’ll mind the baby for you, if you like. She bent down to play with Stephanie as Drew opened the door e stepped outside, closing it behind him, suddenly the discreet undertaker. Although not in fact wearing tweeds, the man standing on the path outside was decidedly tweedy. A scratchy-looking moustache with eyebrows to match, walking stick and gruff tones all combined to stereotype him. ‘You the funeral chap?’ he demanded of Drew.
About book: Since Drew had reached the conclusion that he could weather the burial the following day in spite of not having concluded his investigations, his new-found confidence seemed to get stronger as the day wore on. He dated it from the moment when he realised that Genevieve had been there, with a dead phone line, all along when he’d tried to phone her.
Rebecca Tope grew up on a farm and has held a wide variety of jobs, such as pre-natal instructor, marriage counselor, and funeral director, all of which have taught her a great deal about human nature. In 1992, she founded Praxis Books, a small British press. Other books in the series. Drew Slocombe (5 books).
Publication date 2002. Topics Cemetery managers, Cemeteries. Publisher New York : Thomas Dunne Books/St. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor China-America Digital Academic Library (CADAL). Contributor Internet Archive. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on August 25, 2015.
Drew Slocome returns for another captivating mystery. After discovering the unidentified corpse of an elderly woman in his newly opened graveyard, undertaker and amateur detective Drew Slocome sets about solving the mystery with the help of the irresistible Genevieve Slater. Altogether this is an excellent black comedy. Harriet Waugh The Spectator.
Why does Genevieve not go to the police with her concerns? All Drew’s skills as an amateur detective will be needed if he is to get to the truth. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Allison & BusbyReleased: Aug 1, 1975ISBN: 9780749010157Format: book. carousel previous carousel next. Grave Concerns - Rebecca Tope.
2000) (The second book in the Drew Slocombe series) A novel by Rebecca Tope. With Peaceful Repose Cemetery, Drew Slocombe is determined to revolutionize the entire death industry and make cheap, ecologically sound burials a popular choice. Unfortunately, Drew's gravedigger has just discovered that their cemetery has one too many corpses.
Published: Jun-2002 (Hardcover) Jun-2011 (Paperback).
Rebecca Tope has a knack for creating characters who do the kind of things that make you think 'oh that would only work in a book' but who seem very realistic at the same time. LibraryThing members' description. com Product Description (ISBN 0749009705, Paperback). With Peaceful Repose Cemetery, Drew Slocombe is determined to revolutionize the entire death industry and make cheap, ecologically-sound burials a popular choice.