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Book: In the Cold of the Night - Andrew Bibby
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In the Cold of the Night - Andrew BibbyCrime... in the high Lake District fells The staff at Greensleeves residential park are undertaking the Three Peaks Challenge for charity. But their attempt to climb the...

In the Cold of the Night - Andrew Bibby
Crime... in the high Lake District fells

The staff at Greensleeves residential park are undertaking the Three Peaks Challenge for charity. But their attempt to climb the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales in one weekend goes badly wrong. As they begin the walk up Scafell Pike in the Lake District their boss disappears. Next day his half-naked body is found in a moorland bog, miles off route.

As the police begin their enquiry Nick Potterton, once a successful London journalist but now a struggling part-time freelance for the local press, also investigates. The 'Body in the Bog' story becomes the paper's front page lead and it falls to Nick to try to find out exactly how Richard Meade met his death.

In the Cold of the Night takes adult crime fiction to new heights - the high mountains of England's beautiful Lake District, where the action is set.

Andrew Bibby is a professional writer and journalist, whose work has appeared in The Guardian, The Independent and other national papers. He is the author of several non-fiction books about northern England landscapes. A companion crime novel by Andrew Bibby, The Bad Step, is also published by Gritstone Publishing.

Author: Andrew Bibby
No of Pages: 160
Page Size: 129 x 198 mm
Publisher: Gritstone Publishing Co-Operative
Published Date: November 2016
Binding: Paperback
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