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Mysterious Pitkirtly On Tour By Cecilia Peartree
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This book includes 2 shorter stories that relate to the Pitkirtly series of mystery novels. Ideally you should read a couple of the novels before reading it. In 'Mysterious Pitkirtly', the... More > inhabitants of the town are somewhat surprised when a coach party arrives and people begin touring various places where crimes have been committed. They interact with the visitors to find out more. In 'Pitkirtly on Tour' Christopher, who runs the Cultural Centre, and a few of his friends, attend a tourism show in Livingston. On the way there two members of the group get lost in the fog, and once there, they are menaced by an unseen enemy and encounter someone from the past whom they would prefer not to have met again. At the end you'll find a very short bonus story entitled 'The Wrong Idea'.< Less
Three Edwardian Adventures By Cecilia Peartree
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Three Edwardian Adventures is a compilation of three stories set in Edinburgh in Edwardian times and based on real events. Adventure at the National Exhibition takes the Martin sisters, Kirstie and... More > Betsy, to the Scottish National Exhibition at Saughton Park, Edinburgh, where they find themselves being chased by the police and later trying to foil a robbery. Adventure on the Scotch Express introduces a new character, Charlotte, who encounters Kirstie Martin and her soldier brother John, in disguise as a suffragette, as they travel towards Edinburgh in the same compartment on the Scotch Express. Adventure at the Palace of Varieties takes Betsy Martin to one of her previous haunts, the Empire Palace Theatre, to see a variety show organised by the Great Lafayette, a famous entertainer of the time. As tragedy unfolds, she and her mother make a new friend.< Less
The Lion and Unicorn Quest By Cecilia Peartree
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Can people learn to leave the past behind them, and move on? Flora has tried hard to do this but her wartime past as a secret agent just won't let go of her. The spymaster she knew then seems to be... More > pulling the strings again as an old adversary reappears in her life. Meanwhile her friendship with Oliver Quest goes through a difficult patch after a silly argument. He takes on the task of looking after a very special painting belonging to an important industrialist and she looks for a job as a typist. Soon they are both working on different aspects of the 1951 Festival of Britain, and they unexpectedly find themselves in the middle of a murder mystery. Even after a last-minute crisis in the Lion and Unicorn Pavilion is apparently resolved, they find their investigations have to continue. For a while it's as if the pieces from two jigsaw puzzles have got mixed up and will never be sorted out again.< Less

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