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Death of a Princess Hardcover – Large Print, 15 Oct 2000
Book 6 of 9 in the Detective Superintendent Mark Pemberton Series
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About the Author
Nicholas Rhea is the pseudonym of Peter N. Walker, who served for 30 years in the North Yorkshire police, ultimately as an inspector. He retired from the force in 1982 to concentrate on his writing.
He is also the author of the 'Constable' books (Hale) on which the television series Heartbeat is based.
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18 May 2002
Format: Audio Cassette
Nicholas Rhea is a pseudonym of the prolific crime fiction writer Peter N. Walker. In this novel Detective Superintendent Mark Pemberton investigates the murder of Alicia Milverdale the last of the Milverdale dynasty. She is not really a princess but claims descent from King Charles II. I found the book a tad slow with whole passages given to description of the people and the countryside. I will read his work again be it under the name of one of his other five pseudonyms.