Evan's Gate

Evan's Gate

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Welsh Constable Evan Evans plumbs the past and present to search for connections between two troubling crimes in the eighth novel in this "consistently satisfying mystery series."*

Evans has found the most delightful shepherd's cottage. At the moment it's just four stone walls with gaping holes for doors and windows...but what a view! But as Evans attempts to seal the deal, duty calls. A five-year-old has vanished from a seaside caravan park--and Detective Constable Evans must consider all the suspects. There's the child's estranged father, who may want to spirit her back to his native Russia--and the German tourists in a hurry to flee the scene.

Evans wonders if the abduction is related to the disappearance of another girl, twenty-five years ago--especially since that girl's relatives have just returned to Wales for a family reunion. Now, as he and his fianc#65533;e try to rebuild their dream house, he must also build a difficult case against a possible double murderer...
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Minotaur, 2004
Edition: 1st St. Martin's Minotaur ed
ISBN: 9780425201985
0425201988
9780312301149
0312301146
Branch Call Number: BOWE
Characteristics: 272 p

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maipenrai
Dec 15, 2016

(The eighth book in the Constable Evan Evans series)

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chromybaby33
Apr 01, 2015

This is a very well written 'who done it" with the impetuous Evan Evans taking the lead. I highly recommend this book, it kept me in suspense the whole time.

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