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Death and the Brewery Queen by Frances Brody

Title Death and the Brewery Queen
Author Frances Brody
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2020-10-29
Category Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 0349423091
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'Frances Brody has made it to the top rank of crime writers' Daily Mail 'Brody's writing is like her central character Kate Shackleton: witty, acerbic and very, very perceptive' Ann Cleeves A call for help It's the spring of 1930 and Private Investigator Kate Shackleton responds to a call for help from the owner of Barleycorn Brewery in the North Riding of Yorkshire. The brewery's books don't add up, but when the one employee who may know what's really going on meets with a fatal accident, Kate's investigation intensifies. A second body On the day of the brewery garden party, amidst celebrations for the newly crowned Yorkshire Brewery Queen, Kate opens the wrong door and finds herself staring at another body - and in danger of asphyxiation. A secret to die for It's clear there are secrets somebody would kill to keep buried. And with the Brewery Queen's growing reputation bringing Barleycorn further into the spotlight, Kate's wit, skill and passion for the truth are tested to the limits. Whether you've read the whole series, or are discovering the Kate Shackleton mysteries for the first time, this is the perfect page-turner for fans of Agatha Christie, Ann Granger and Jacqueline Winspear. What readers are saying about the Kate Shackleton mysteries: 'Kate Shackleton is a splendid heroine' Ann Granger 'Delightful' People's Friend 'Frances Brody matches a heroine of free and independent spirit with a vivid evocation of time and place . . . a novel to cherish' Barry Turner, Daily Mail 'Brody's excellent mystery splendidly captures the conflicts and attitudes of the time with well-developed characters' RT Book Reviews 'Kate Shackleton joins Jacqueline Winspear's Maisie Dobbs in a subgroup of young, female amateur detectives who survived and were matured by their wartime experiences' Literary Review

A Murder Inside by Frances Brody

Title A Murder Inside
Author Frances Brody
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2021-10-28
Category Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 0349423113
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'Has a charm, and mystery, all of its own' THE TIMES 'Frances Brody has made it to the top rank of crime writers' DAILY MAIL The first historical mystery in a new classic crime series from bestselling author Frances Brody. This is the perfect locked room page-turner for fans of Agatha Christie and Jacqueline Winspear. ___________ 1969. A job in the Prison Service is not for everyone. The training is hard, the cells are bleak and a thick skin is needed. But for Nell Lewis, helping prisoners is something she cares about deeply, and when she's promoted into a new post as governor of HMP Brackerley in Yorkshire, she's tasked with transforming the renowned run-down facility into a modern, open prison for women. Just as Nell is settling into her new role, events take a dark turn when a man's body is discovered in the prison grounds. The mystery deepens still when one of their female inmates goes missing, ensuing a search across the country. Can Nell resolve the sinister happenings at HMP Brackerley, before anyone else is put in danger? ___________ What readers are saying about Frances Brody: 'Witty, acerbic and very, very perceptive' Ann Cleeves 'A splendid heroine' Ann Granger 'An engagingly forthright and indefatigable investigator' Irish Times 'Frances Brody matches a heroine of free and independent spirit with a vivid evocation of time and place . . . a novel to cherish' Barry Turner, Daily Mail 'The series is right up there with Miss Marple' Sunday Sport 'Delightful' People's Friend 'Kate Shackleton joins Jacqueline Winspear's Maisie Dobbs in a subgroup of young, female amateur detectives who survived and were matured by their wartime experiences' Literary Review 'Brody's excellent mystery splendidly captures the conflicts and attitudes of the time with well-developed characters' RT Book Reviews 'In Yorkshire we are proud to have such a first-rate crime novelist in our county' Yorkshire Gazette & Herald

The Body on the Train by Frances Brody

Title The Body on the Train
Author Frances Brody
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2019-10-17
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 0349423075
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'Frances Brody has made it to the top rank of crime writers' Daily Mail 'Brody's writing is like her central character Kate Shackleton: witty, acerbic and very, very perceptive' Ann Cleeves 1929, London. In the darkness before dawn, a London railway porter discovers a man's body as he unloads a special goods train from Yorkshire, all means of identification stripped away. Hitting a dead end, Scotland Yard call on indomitable sleuth Kate Shackleton, hoping her local Yorkshire knowledge and undoubted skills at winkling out information will produce the results they need. 1929, Yorkshire. Fears of unrest in the Yorkshire coalfields mean that Kate must conduct her investigation with the utmost secrecy. But when she discovers that another murder occurred around the same time as the mysterious body on the train, she is convinced there must be a connection. Using her sharp instincts and persuasive charm, she begins to uncover a web of intrigue that edges her closer to the truth. But with attempts being made on her life, Kate needs all the strength and resourcefulness she can muster, before she becomes the next victim . . . Whether you've read the whole series, or are discovering the Kate Shackleton mysteries for the first time, this is the perfect page-turner for fans of Agatha Christie, Ann Granger and Jacqueline Winspear. What readers are saying about the Kate Shackleton mysteries: 'Kate Shackleton is a splendid heroine' Ann Granger 'Delightful' People's Friend 'Frances Brody matches a heroine of free and independent spirit with a vivid evocation of time and place . . . a novel to cherish' Barry Turner, Daily Mail 'Brody's excellent mystery splendidly captures the conflicts and attitudes of the time with well-developed characters' RT Book Reviews 'Kate Shackleton joins Jacqueline Winspear's Maisie Dobbs in a subgroup of young, female amateur detectives who survived and were matured by their wartime experiences' Literary Review

The Brewing Industry by Lesley Richmond

Title The Brewing Industry
Author Lesley Richmond
Publisher Manchester University Press
Release 1990
Category Brewing industry
Total Pages 504
ISBN 9780719030321
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Brewing Arizona by Ed Sipos

Title Brewing Arizona
Author Ed Sipos
Publisher University of Arizona Press
Release 2013-10-17
Category Cooking
Total Pages 337
ISBN 0816530475
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Brewing Arizona is the first comprehensive book of Arizona beer. Beautifully illustrated, it includes every brewery known to have operated in the state, from the first to the latest, from crude brews to craft brews. Like a fine beer, the contents are deep and rich with just a little froth on top.

Victoria Queen and Empress by John Cordy Jeaffreson

Title Victoria Queen and Empress
Author John Cordy Jeaffreson
Publisher
Release 1893
Category
Total Pages 256
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Malting and Malthouses in Kent
Author James Preston
Publisher Amberley Publishing Limited
Release 2015-09-15
Category Cooking
Total Pages 96
ISBN 1445653079
Language English, Spanish, and French
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James Preston provides an illustraded history on malting and the malthouses in Kent.

Title The First 40 Presidents of Queens College Cambridge
Author Jonathan Dowson
Publisher Grosvenor House Publishing
Release 2022-02-17
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 712
ISBN 1839759488
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Queens' College, part of the University of Cambridge, was founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou, wife of the inept and ill-fated Henry VI. The first of its 40 Presidents to date was Andrew Doket, an ambitious Catholic priest, while the latest, the eminent economist Dr. Mohamed El-Erian, was installed in 2020, in the midst of the Covid pandemic. This account traces the history of the College through the lives and times of each of the 40 Presidents in chronological order. Their varied careers, (which encompass the martyrdom of Saint John Fisher, incarceration in a prison ship in the Civil War and preaching at the burning of heretics on Cathedral Green at Ely), illustrate the interactions between the academic community and the social, religious, cultural and political life in Britain, over five and a half centuries.

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