3 edition of Coxwoldshire found in the catalog.
Husthwaite Local History Society
February 1999 by Hyperion Books .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||112|
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History. The village name is derived from Saxon words Cuc, meaning cry and valt, meaning wood. The village is mentioned in the Domesday Book as part of the Yalestre hundred by the name of lord of the manor at the time of the Norman invasion was Kofse, but passed to Hugh, son of Baldric and thence to Roger de Mowbray.
Beforethe manor and lands of Coxwold passed to Thomas District: Hambleton. A brand-new collection of twelve short stories, featuring the popular characters from Rebecca Tope’s Cotswold mystery novels.
A suspicious funeral, a fatal encounter at a garden centre of all places, and a country walk marred by the discovery of a hidden corpse, are just some of the perplexing situations with which Thea Osborne, her friends and a further cast of characters must contend/5(32).
Book One in this series by Claire Cross/Deborah Cooke- There are 4 books about the Coxwells Family- 3 boys and 1 girl. I had read Coxwoldshire book of order but it really didn't affect the story.
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Rebecca Tope is a British author who writes mainly in the Mystery and Thriller genres. She has written four successful murder mystery series’ and also some ghost stories. Rebecca is known is known to have penned down a few famous fictional characters such as Den Cooper, a Devon police detective, Thea Osborne, a house sitter in Cotswold, Drew.
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Dedication to verso of frontis, otherwise very good copy. Size: 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Brendan Cox says writing book during sleepless nights has been part of grieving process Maev Kennedy Sun 5 Mar EST Last modified on Thu 22 Feb ESTAuthor: Maev Kennedy.
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She recently celebrated her 93rd birthday and her daughter Sylvia, from Suffolk, gave her some of the Reminiscences booklets to help her recall her memories of life in the village.
Alan Hutton, now living in Glasgow, is interested in keeping in. Thea Osborne is thanking her lucky stars. After two disastrous housesitting incidents in which she unwittingly became embroiled in murder and mayhem, she is only too happy to have a bit of time to concentrate on her blossoming relationship with DI Phil Hollis.
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