Viewing Entry - Sea fever (S13489) by Cleeves, Ann
Playing time for daisy/audio formats : 6 hours 26 minutes
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Detective and mystery fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction. Palmer-Jones, George (Fictitious character) -- Fiction. Detectives -- England -- Cornwall (County) -- Fiction. Murder -- Investigation -- England -- Cornwall (County) -- Fiction. Bird watchers -- England -- Cornwall (County) -- Fiction.
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On a bird-watching trip aboard the Jessie Ellen, George Palmer-Jones and the other avid crew members achieve every bird-watcher's dream when they sight a sea bird which has never before been recorded. In the subsequent excitement, however, no one notices the sudden absence of the most fanatical birder of them all...Later, Greg Franks' corpse, the head bludgeoned, is found floating in the sea. Had it not been for Greg Franks, amateur detective George Palmer-Jones would not have been on the trip in the first place. He had been hired by Greg Franks' anxious parents to try and persuade their errant son to return home. Now, he must unhappily shoulder the burden of finding why the young man had been murdered...
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New York : Fawcett Gold Medal : Published by Ballantine Books, 1991.