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Farriers' Lane

Author: Anne Perry; Terry Hayes Sales
Publisher: Toronto, Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Thomas and Charlotte Pitt rarely get a chance to enjoy a night out, so it is unfortunate that Justice Samuel Stafford dies of opium poisoning in the theatre box next to theirs. While Pitt talks with colleagues of Stafford at local gentlemen's clubs, Charlotte uncovers information at musicales and teas. Apparently Stafford was planning to reopen the notorious Farriers' Lane case for which a young man was hanged.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
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All Authors / Contributors: Anne Perry; Terry Hayes Sales
OCLC Number: 317522005
Notes: Read by Terry Hayes Sales.
Male reader.
Description: 12 cassettes. 1 7/8 i.p.s. 16:50 hrs. monaural.

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Thomas and Charlotte Pitt rarely get a chance to enjoy a night out, so it is unfortunate that Justice Samuel Stafford dies of opium poisoning in the theatre box next to theirs. While Pitt talks with colleagues of Stafford at local gentlemen's clubs, Charlotte uncovers information at musicales and teas. Apparently Stafford was planning to reopen the notorious Farriers' Lane case for which a young man was hanged. Someone seems to object.

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