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Robert and Hillary Travers, a childless married couple in their seventies, have had careers around the world as academics but in retirement their horizons have shrunk to a small cottage in the Cotswolds. Robert, one the life and soul of lecture hall and Senior Common Room, is now reduced to an audience of one - his wife. And she's heard all his stories before. Alternately hilarious and heart-breaking, this is a study of marriage in old-age.
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A Kind of Healthy Grave. Critical Survey of Contemporary Fiction). Mann writes with considerable wit and style, and her story is an intriguing one, but she is well into the book before any sense of the plot begins to take shape-fact which considerably dissipates both the story’s suspense and the reader’s interest. The pace is reestablished once the pieces of the puzzle begin to reveal the final picture, but the conclusion-for mystifyingly vague reasons, the murderer’s identity is never made public-is hardly satisfying.
The peaceful countryside concealed a deadly killer. When newlywed Anne Marryat went to live with her husband in a cozy country cottage in the village of Ashfield, life seemed calm and blissfully serene. But then a killer struck, and Anne, a lawyer by profession, was asked to defend the young woman who had been arrested for the crime. Anne didn't think the police were right. She questioned her neighbors about the comings and goings in the small town, and was even more convinced of her client's innocence