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Constable over the Stile

Constable over the Stile

In the peaceful village of Aidensfield, deep in the North Yorkshire Moors, Constable Nick continues his daily patrol...

With mysterious cache of silver coins popping up from nowhere, a Girl Guide tumbling down a waterfall, and a group of men taking the law into their own hands, life in the village always promises to be eventful.

Constable Nick is faced with even more when a wronged lady wreaks vengeance upon her unfaithful husband, a distinguished conman brings art to the community and a convicted murderer returns home to their quiet village.

But it's when Nick and Sergeant Blaketon hear an escaped Great Train Robber is hiding on Nick's patch that they realise they have a major problem...

Constable over the Stile - the original hardback edition

In this engaging tale of county life in a small village, Constable over the Stile is as humorous and warm as it is dramatic; revealing the fascinating life of a young Yorkshire bobby.

Constable over the Stile was first published in 1998 by Robert Hale: there is also a Large Print edition. Both of these are out of print, but it is nowonce more available in paperback and Kindle editions.




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