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Perfectly Pure And Good

Frances Fyfield

4 Reviews

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Fiction, Crime & mystery

A stylish recover of the popular Sarah Fortune novel.

Sarah Fortune is happy to be sorting out the inheritance problems of the Pardoes, as it promises to distance her from a claustrophobic relationship with Malcolm Cook, and she cannot bear to be a captive.

But she soon discovers that guilt, insecurity, unrequited love and a touch of insanity afflict the Pardoes and the seaside town where they live in Norfolk - all a legacy of a suicide of two years before, when a beautiful woman walked into the sea and never came back. And there is another element of the legacy, a white-haired figure some call a ghost and others call a vagrant who roams the beach and harmlessly haunts the town: until he insinuates himself into the power struggles of the Pardoe children and becomes the mysterious and cunning enemy of all concerned.

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Praise for Perfectly Pure And Good

  • Her knowledge of the workings of the human mind - or more correctly the soul - is second to none - Ian Rankin

  • Undiluted brilliance - The Times

  • Fyfield's writing is always elegant and precise, her characters are finely drawn - Sunday Telegraph

  • Fyfield at her best is compelling, disturbing, but always elegant - Minette Walters

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Frances Fyfield

Frances Fyfield is a criminal lawyer, a trade she has used to huge success in many of her novels. She lives in London and in Deal, by the sea which is her passion. She has won several awards, including the Silver Dagger.

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