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By Peter Walker

As detective Superintendent Mark Pemberton investigates the dying of a lady nick named The Princess, he reveals himself asking an analogous query time and time back. coincidence or homicide? The final of the rich Milverdale relations, The Princess has been discovered shot within the grounds of her property. was once the bullet that killed her a stray from an area poacher's gun? Or did somebody intentionally got down to shoot her useless? Pemberton quickly starts to suspect homicide as he uncovers unsavoury rumours which recommend there are various who would need The Princess damage - and the dissolution of the Milverdale property potential tenants are entitled to shop for their homes, revealing but extra suspects. still, Pemberton turns into confident that the most important to her demise is a deep kin mystery. may possibly there be an inheritor? And could a inheritor do something to realize his inheritance - comparable to making The Princess's dying appear like a sad coincidence?

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She loved Mill House, you know, she’d played there ever since she was a little girl. It was one of the first places she showed me. It was very special to her. ’ ‘We’ll examine it in due course,’ he said. ’ ‘Eight o’clock. She was very punctual. It took just an hour. On occasions, though, she would spend the whole or perhaps just part of the day in the old mill, Saturdays especially, but generally she was home by eight. She had a shower, got changed and had breakfast which I prepared while she was out.

He was most helpful and asked that we keep him notified of any developments. ’ ‘Alicia would want me to do that,’ added Miss Farrow. ‘Fine. I’ll ring tomorrow to suggest a suitable time. ’ ‘What about informing her friends and acquaintances? ’ he suggested. ‘I will discuss all that with Mr Browning, superintendent. There is no family, you realise, absolutely no one. I know she’d want me to inform the villagers and her tenants and staff. It will be something to occupy me. I can say she was murdered, can I?

There’s a path from there, it runs down the slope and across the field which is on this side of the stream, almost parallel with the railway line, and then the path crosses towards the stream. Further along, there are stepping stones and an old ford – horses and carts would cross there, years ago, but cars never use it now. I suppose a tractor could get across. Anyway, she did that walk every morning. Once she was across the river, she turned sharp left and walked beside the beck, through the bluebell field and then to Mill House.

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