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by Joan Lock
Author: Joan Lock
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd; 1st edition (February 28, 2001)
Category: Unexplained Phenomenons
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense
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Death in Perspective book. A former nurse and policewoman, Joan Lock is the author of eleven non-fiction police/crime books, including three on Scotland Yard's first detectives.
Death in Perspective book. At first Berry Hill seemed the perfect place to house-sit. She has also written a history of the British women police – a subject on which she is an authority – as well as radio plays and documentaries. Her crime fiction includes short stories and eight novels, one modern and seven Victorian featuring the charismatic Detective Sergeant Ernest Best.
Death in Perspective. 2001) A novel by Joan Lock. At first Berry Hill seemed the perfect place for Jenny and Robin. But Detective Seageant Bridgeman keeps pestering Jenny about a missing girl.
Joan Lock's first book, LADY POLICEMAN, described her six years as a policewoman in London's West End during the 1950s. The next, RELUCTANT NIGHTINGALE, her previous training as a nurse in the North East. Nine non-fiction, police/crime books followed including three on Scotland Yard's First Detectives and the first history of the British Women Police a subject on which she became an authority. Her crime fiction includes one modern novel, DEATH IN PERSPECTIVE, and DEAD IMAGE the first of seven Victorian mysteries featuring the charismatic Scotland Yard Detective Ernest Best. Reissued in paperback as PLEASE, NURSE! in 2013 by Orion.
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I suspected he had driven his miserable self out of town. ect kind of person, but this week my friends had taught me the value of their assistance. Now I realized I couldn’t handle Cody’s mess on my own either. It was time to spill the truth to Casey. Our family’s closeted skeletons had thrust Cody into Interventionland. Red would be pleased.
The explosion was heard twenty miles away. When the bodies of a number of babies are found scattered around Islington, Detective Sergeant Best is sent undercover to lodge next door to a suspected baby farm. It killed boatmen and wrecked the exotic villa of Lawrence Alma-Tadema, the fashionable St John's Wood artist. He shadows an alleged 'child dropper' onto a Thames pleasure steamer and finds himself caught up in Britain's worst civilian tragedy - the 1878 sinking of the Princess Alice - a horrific experience which will haunt Best forever.
Report an error in the book. The explosion was heard twenty miles away.
Lock, Joan 1933–PERSONAL: Born September 26, 1933, in New Malden, Surrey, England; daughter of Matthew English (a carpenter) and Margaret Ena (a nurse) . Death in Perspective (novel), R. Hale (London, England), 2001.
Lock, Joan 1933–PERSONAL: Born September 26, 1933, in New Malden, Surrey, England; daughter of Matthew English (a carpenter) and Margaret Ena (a nurse) Greenslade; married Robin Bailey Lock (a police officer), March 26, 1968. Ethnicity: "Anglo-Saxon" Education: Attended secondary school, police officers' training school, and nursing school in England. Source for information on Lock, Joan 1933–: Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series dictionary. Also contributor to Perfectly Criminal, Severn House (Sutton, England), 1997.