The Destruction of Evidence

The Destruction of Evidence No evidence remained on the bodies of Alun Pitcher a well liked wealthy careful and cautious businessman and his family after they d been wrapped in brown paper and string doused in petrol and ig

  • Title: The Destruction of Evidence
  • Author: Katherine John
  • ISBN: 9781906373832
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Paperback
  • No evidence remained on the bodies of Alun Pitcher, a well liked, wealthy, careful and cautious businessman, and his family after they d been wrapped in brown paper and string, doused in petrol and ignited The local police admit defeat and call in Inspector Trevor Joseph and Sergeant Peter Collins to solve the case.

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      Published :2019-07-16T02:58:17+00:00

    About “Katherine John

    • Katherine John

      Katherine John is a pen name of the author Catrin Collier She was born and brought up in Pontypridd and worked for a while in Europe and America before returning to her native Wales She now lives on the Gower Peninsula near Swansea, with her family.

    531 thoughts on “The Destruction of Evidence

    • Interesting twistsVery nice series, lots of twists to the plot, fun with English cops replacing the American gunshots. Comfortable read too

    • Another brilliant book in the Trevor Joseph series. A quiet Welsh village where everyone knows each other is the setting for a fire and the murder of four family members. Joseph is called in by the local police and I thought that I knew who the killer was but I was wrong. Looking forward to the next novel.

    • The Destruction of Evidence Trevor and Peter are out of town helping to solve a murder of a family . To cover up evidence the killer sets the house on fire. It appears Peter has a thing going on with an attracted officer. This was the least favorite novel I've read of Katherine John

    • Reviewed by JeanaThis author gets better with each book. Another must read. I certainly believe others who read it will find it as difficult to put down just as I did. I'm looking forward to the next novel in the series.

    • ExitingMesmerizing it was a little difficult to get into but then I could not put the book down thank you.

    • Welsh mystery drags onSome enjoyable characters, but a slow pace and predictable ending marred my minimal enjoyment of this book. I don't plan to read any others in this series.

    • suspicion of dirty cops in heinous murder results in an out of town team called in to investigate.

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