Wycliffe and the Dunes Mystery by W. J. Burley

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In the latest addition to the series that includes Wycliffe and the Last Rites, the body of a prominent MP's son is discovered in the dunes fifteen years after his disappearance, and Wycliffe must find the killer.
 

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W. J. Burley is the author of the Wycliffe series.
 
Published July 1, 1993 by Gollancz. 192 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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Chief Superintendent Charles Wycliffe (Wycliffe and the Last Rites, 1993, etc.) investigates the 15-year-old death of Cochran Wilder, black-sheep son of a member of Parliament, whose skeletonized body has been uncovered in the sand dunes of a Cornwall beach by a violent storm.

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Fifteen years ago at an English seaside cottage, six teenagers relished a secret weekend lark until something terrible happened, something they've never revealed. Now a coastal storm has exhumed a lon

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The 21st case for Detective Superintendent Charles Wycliffe of Cornwall involves the shy and retiring Simon Meagor, an antiquarian bookseller in Falmouth from whom Wycliffe buys books.

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Now a coastal storm has exhumed a long-dead body from the dunes, and Detective Chief Superintendent Charles Wycliffe, appearing in his 15th procedural (after Wycliffe and the Last Rites ), launches his savvy team in pursuit of answers.

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Summary: No 20 out of the 22 Wycliffe novels on which the TV series was based is a well-written and enjoyable read for all.

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