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Poachers Bag

By Douglas Clark

Murderers do not go on holiday.

Superintendent Masters and Inspector Green are spending a rare weekend with their wives in the West Country: a complete break from crime they hope-but crime is never far away.

Their hostess, Masters’ mother-in-law Bella Bartholomew, reveals that her elderly neighbour and fiancé has just been murdered and that the man charged by the local police is innocent. She expects her son-in-law to intervene and there’s no denying the formidable Bella.

Our old friends, Masters and Green, find themselves engaged in an unofficial, and professionally improper, undercover investigation. Poachers Bag is a tense and intriguing police procedural that will satisfy fans of Stuart Macbride and James Patterson.

Douglas Clark was born in Lincolnshire, 1919. He served in the Royal Horse Artillery in the 7th Armoured Division. He wrote over 20 crime novels and a number of plays for BBC radio.

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