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A Mansion and It's Murder written by Robert Barnard performed by Julia Franklin on MP3 CD (Unabridged)

A Mansion and It's Murder written by Robert Barnard performed by Julia Franklin on MP3 CD (Unabridged)£19.99

Sarah Jane Fearing, the sole offspring of a father who desperately wants a male heir, has grown up in the imposing rural mansion of one of England's most influential banking families. At the centre of Sarah's world stands her charming, generous uncle Frank, the only relative who seems to have escaped the straitjacket of ponderous respectability that so effectively stifles the Fearing family. Frank's rebellions afford Sarah delight and hope, until his extravagant lifestyle...

A Mansion and It's Murder written by Robert Barnard performed by Julia Franklin on Audio CD (Unabridged)

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ISBN:  9781407934266
Genre - Main:  Fiction
Genre - Specific:  Mystery
Duration:  420 mins
Length:  Unabridged
Author:  Robert Barnard
Performer 1:  Julia Franklin
Rarity:  Rare

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Sarah Jane Fearing, the sole offspring of a father who desperately wants a male heir, has grown up in the imposing rural mansion of one of England's most influential banking families. At the centre of Sarah's world stands her charming, generous uncle Frank, the only relative who seems to have escaped the straitjacket of ponderous respectability that so effectively stifles the Fearing family. Frank's rebellions afford Sarah delight and hope, until his extravagant lifestyle...

leads him deeper into debt and manoeuvres him into a disastrous marriage. Frank's wedding to a coldly ambitious woman produces the family's longed-for male scion, but the parents fall to quarrels, and then to murder.

And Sarah is drawn inexorably into a morass that threatens the survival of the entire family. From the Belle Epoque at the end of the nineteenth century to the middle of the twentieth, A Mansion and its Murder holds its secrets to its last suspenseful moment, and proves again the author's mettle as a mastermind of the traditional mystery.

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