A Wolf In Hindelheim

Paperback | April 21, 2014

byJenny Mayhew

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An atmospheric and gripping novel from an exciting new voice.
A remote German village, 1926.
Something is happening in this place where nothing happens.
A baby has gone missing.
A police constable has been called.
A doctor suspects a storekeeper.
A son wants to prove himself a man.
A love affair unfolds.
Then the rumours begin to spread.
Once suspicion has taken hold, is anything beyond belief?

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An atmospheric and gripping novel from an exciting new voice.      A remote German village, 1926.Something is happening in this place where nothing happens.A baby has gone missing.A police constable has been called.A doctor suspects a storekeeper.A son wants to prove himself a man.A love affair unfolds.Then the rumours begin to spread....

JENNY MAYHEW has worked as a TV researcher, studied International Relations in Sri Lanka and written film screenplays on both contemporary and historical storylines. In 2003, she was nominated for a BAFTA special achievement award for her screenplay for To Kill a King. Jenny has a doctorate in English literature and has taught creative...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 7.74 × 5.12 × 0.88 inPublished:April 21, 2014Publisher:Random House UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0099558971

ISBN - 13:9780099558972

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• "Historical crime fiction is enjoying something of a golden moment and with her often ingenious and unusual debut, Jenny Mayhew adds significantly to the genre." --The Scotsman • "Mayhew can definitely write… with a richness and intelligence, and never a sense of showing-off... [A Wolf in Hindelheim has] a wide-reaching subject matter pinned down to a strong plot; and in every short chapter a sign that this is an author to watch." --The Bookbag