Informed Consent by Peter Turnbull
(Hennessey and Yellich Mysteries)

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The new Hennessey and Yellich mystery - A badly injured man is found lying in a street in the centre of York in the early hours of the morning. He subsequently succumbs to his injuries without regaining consciousness. Hennessey and Yellich are brought in to investigate. Their inquiries reveal that the man was looking into the death of his brother and they discover a vindictive divorce and her involvement with a deeply suspect finance company which has connections to other unsolved murders.
 

About Peter Turnbull

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Peter Turnbull was born and raised in Yorkshire, England. He has had a variety of jobs--in a former incarnation he was a social worker for twenty-three years, an occupation he gave up to become a full-time writer. "Fear of Drowning" is his twelfth novel.
 
Published May 1, 2009 by Severn House Publishers. 184 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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Leonard, the surviving Hoole brother, tells DC Reg Webster and DC Carmen Pharoah that Harold, a man who loved physical exercise, was found dead in the middle of the day in front of the television shortly after taking all the equity out of his house.

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