Death on the Eleventh Hole by J M Gregson
(Lambert and Hook Mysteries)

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Superintendent John Lambert finds that a round of golf is the perfect diversion, especially when he's beating – and offering patronising tips to – his sergeant, Bert Hook. Hook isn't having much fun, but when he tops a ball horribly, he comes across something far, far more horrible lying in a ditch. The dead young woman, it turns out, was not only a drug dealer, but she was also on the game. These things left her vulnerable to the animosity of some of society's darkest and most secretive characters. For one thing, she had just decided to give up dealing and the powers that be were not amused...
 

About J M Gregson

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Gregson is a Lancastrian by birth, and taught for 27 years in schools, colleges and universities.
 
Published October 1, 2002 by Severn House Publishers. 224 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When Matthew Upson, a popular history lecturer at the University of Gloucestershire, mysteriously disappears in this middling police procedural from British author Gregson (An Unsuitable Death), Upson's wife, Liz, makes it clear to Det.

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John Lambert and his sergeant, Bert Hook, are enjoying a round of golf when an errant ball lands in a ditch containing the body of drug dealer Kate Warton in Death on the Eleventh Hole, the latest solid police procedural by J.M.

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