The Corpse at the Haworth Tandoori

The Corpse at the Haworth Tandoori

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The identification of a young man's dead body found outside a historic Haworth eating establishment takes on a sinister air when it is discovered that he was a guy Friday at a local artist's colony that more closely resembles a cult

Blackwell North Amer
Mystery writer Robert Barnard transports us to the Yorkshire town of Haworth, once home to the literary Brontes, now a crowded tourist mecca, for The Corpse at the Haworth Tandoori, which begins with the shocking discovery of a young man's strangled body in an Indian Tandoori restaurant parking lot.
Who is the victim, and how did he come to meet this untimely fate? Detective Constable Charlie Peace and Detective Superintendent Mike Oddie's search for answers soon leads them to Ashworth, a nearby artists' colony, where young Irishman Declan O'Hearn had recently sought work as a handyman.
No ordinary place, Ashworth is something of a shrine to once-renowned painter Ranulph Byatt, an egotistic man who craves adulation from his inferiors and resists the judgment of his peers. To the surprise of all and the jealousy of some, Declan O'Hearn is one of the rare people Byatt welcomes into his studio and allows to watch him paint.
Charlie suspects Declan found more than adventure at Ashworth. Following in Declan's footsteps, he searches for the incredible story behind the body in the parking lot and the sad facts behind the destroyed hopes of a youthful wanderer.

Baker
& Taylor

The identification of a young man's dead body found outside a historic Haworth eating establishment takes on a sinister air when it is discovered that he was a guy Friday at a local artists colony that more closely resembles a cult. 25,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Scribner, 1999.
ISBN: 9780684855325
0684855321
Branch Call Number: M BAR
Characteristics: 283 p. ; 22 cm.

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Sep 19, 2013

ee her hands having enough strength. And from what you’ve told me about her husband

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