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Michelle Forsyth: Over & Over By Michelle Forsyth
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Michelle Forsyth: Over & Over By Michelle Forsyth
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Neb Forsyth's Saga By Nesbeth Forsyth
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Neb Forsyth's life story through the depression, resettling to Alaska, family, and pets.
Michelle Forsyth: Field Work By Michelle Forsyth
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Michelle Forsyth: Field Work By Michelle Forsyth
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The Birds of Forsythe By Eric C. Reuter
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The birds of the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, in Oceanville, New Jersey. One of the premier locations for observing birds on the East Coast of the United States. This book is filled... More > with over 200 photographs, and took over 2 and a half years, and over 2000 hours in the field to compile.< Less
Encore Forsyth By gavin macdonald
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In MURDERS OF NOTE DCI Ian Forsyth sees more in the mugging of a student after he has left an Edinburgh city centre bar than DS Alistair MacRae does. His version is justified when one of the people... More > involved in the mugging is murdered. When a further person involved is found dead in his tower block flat, Forsyth is able from the clues available to deduce who is responsible for the killings and obtain the necessary evidence to convince a jury that his solution is the correct one. In THE ISLAND OF DEATH a number of people are lured to an island off the east coast of Scotland, trapped there and killed off one by one. The Chief Constable is unconvinced by the solution proposed and asks Forsyth to come out of retirement and look at the case. He gets MacRae to do his leg work for him and, when MacRae reports, Forsyth is able to deduce who was responsible for the killings and obtain the concrete evidence that shows that his deductions are correct,< Less
A Forsyth Duo By gavin macdonald
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This book contains two of the cases of DCI Ian Forsyth. In the first, a number of men are tortured and killed, but there seems, at first, no connection between them. With Forsyth on holiday, DS... More > Alistair MacRae and his team establish the connection and find the two people who complete the circle. When one of these two is killed, MacRae puts forward a solution to the mystery. But it is left to Forsyth to deduce who is really responsible when he gets back from holiday. In the second case, the son of wealthy, professional parents is abducted. When the paying of the ransom goes wrong, the kidnapper states that he will kill the child because the police have been brought in. leading MacRae to believe that the child may have been taken by the kidnapper to revenge himself on one of the parents. But Forsyth is able to deduce the real reason for the abduction and to return the child to his anxious mother.< Less
The Forsyth Saga By gavin macdonald
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A volume featuring thirteen of DCI Ian Forsyth's cases narrated by DS Alistair MacRae. How can a woman under observation vanish without trace? How can half a dozen diamonds not be found in a room... More > where they have been hidden by a thief? Why are the police unable to find a room in which a murder was seen to take place? How is it possible for a woman to be killed in an abandoned factory inside a police cordon and the murderer still escape? How can a killer leave the scene of a murder without leaving any traces in the deep snow around the house? These and eight other abstruse mysteries are solved by DCI Forsyth by the use of logical deduction< Less
Forsyth Triumphant By simon macdonald
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When a university librarian is mugged and robbed of his winnings outside a casino, DS Alistair MacRae assumes that it was an opportunistic crime, But when other incidents involving him occur, MacRae... More > wonders whether there are other reasons for the crime When the man is murdered, MacRae is sure he knows who is responsible. But DCI Ian Forsyth has a better solution arrived at by the use of logical deduction. When the fingerprints from the front man in a financial scam are found at the scene of a murder, it is assumed that the victim was his immediate superior in the scam. When two further people with shady financial backgrounds are also killed, MacRae believes that a man who lost heavily in the scam is responsible. But Forsyth arrives at a different conclusion, is able to interpret a clue left by the last victim and thus comes up with the proof that will convince a jury that his solution is the correct one.< Less