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The first three instalments of J. M. Gregson’s thrilling Lambert and Hook Detective series are collected together here for the first time. MURDER AT THE NINETEENTH Finding a very dead James Shepherd was not something Chief Superintendent John Lambert had been expecting. The heavy knife that protruded from his chest suggested that this night was only about to get longer The first three instalments of J. M. Gregson’s thrilling Lambert and Hook Detective series are collected together here for the first time. MURDER AT THE NINETEENTH Finding a very dead James Shepherd was not something Chief Superintendent John Lambert had been expecting. The heavy knife that protruded from his chest suggested that this night was only about to get longer… Sergeant Bert Hook joins Lambert on the tedious task of speaking to all who’d last seen Shepherd. With the coroner’s estimated time of death to work on, Lambert focuses on the members of the committee who’d last seen Shepherd. The only problem is that none of them seem the least bit sorry about Shepherd’s death… MAKING A KILLING Lydon Hall is, as the estate agent's brochure puts it, a house full of character. But its many interesting features should surely not include a corpse in the elegant drawing-room? Is this death the suicide it appears to be? Superintendent John Lambert and Sergeant Bert Hook are brought in to investigate the tight-knit village community which houses Lydon hall. And everyone one they meet seems suspicious. DEAD ON COURSE Amid the luxurious surroundings of the Wye Castle Hotel and Country Club, a man is found dead on the golf course. Superintendent Lambert and Sergeant Hook establish fairly quickly how he died. But discovering who killed him proves a far more difficult challenge.


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The first three instalments of J. M. Gregson’s thrilling Lambert and Hook Detective series are collected together here for the first time. MURDER AT THE NINETEENTH Finding a very dead James Shepherd was not something Chief Superintendent John Lambert had been expecting. The heavy knife that protruded from his chest suggested that this night was only about to get longer The first three instalments of J. M. Gregson’s thrilling Lambert and Hook Detective series are collected together here for the first time. MURDER AT THE NINETEENTH Finding a very dead James Shepherd was not something Chief Superintendent John Lambert had been expecting. The heavy knife that protruded from his chest suggested that this night was only about to get longer… Sergeant Bert Hook joins Lambert on the tedious task of speaking to all who’d last seen Shepherd. With the coroner’s estimated time of death to work on, Lambert focuses on the members of the committee who’d last seen Shepherd. The only problem is that none of them seem the least bit sorry about Shepherd’s death… MAKING A KILLING Lydon Hall is, as the estate agent's brochure puts it, a house full of character. But its many interesting features should surely not include a corpse in the elegant drawing-room? Is this death the suicide it appears to be? Superintendent John Lambert and Sergeant Bert Hook are brought in to investigate the tight-knit village community which houses Lydon hall. And everyone one they meet seems suspicious. DEAD ON COURSE Amid the luxurious surroundings of the Wye Castle Hotel and Country Club, a man is found dead on the golf course. Superintendent Lambert and Sergeant Hook establish fairly quickly how he died. But discovering who killed him proves a far more difficult challenge.

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