Holiday With Violence by Ellis Peters
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BIO

ELLIS PETERS is a pseudonym for Edith Pargeter, author of many books under her own name. The receipient of the C.W.A. Silver Dagger Award, she was also well known as a translator of poetry and prose from the Czech. She made her home in Shropshire, England before she died in 1995.

Set in Trentino
(Trentino Alto Adige)
& Venice
(Veneto)
©1952

Out of Print

Holiday With Violence

JACKET NOTES:  It should have been a wonderful holiday: four young people travelling together through the countryside to Venice. Everyone is so friendly--particularly the charming elderly gentIeman who shares his first-class railway carriage with them part of the way. So it is a terrible shock, on their arrival at Turin, to discover that Signor Galassi has been the victim of a brutal attack--a sordid little robbery with violence.
Their spirits somewhat dampened, the four continue on their journey, only to find that trouble pursues them. For they have inadvertently walked off with crucial evidence of a more serious crime--evidence that someone needs desperately to retrieve...
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