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Devon Murders by John van der Kiste

Devon Murders

RRP £14.99


Devon Murders by John van der Kiste

Since the brutal slaying of the Rev'd John Hay, vicar of South Brent, dragged from his church and slaughtered in 1436, Devon has had its fair share of 'murder most foul'. This book recounts several notable cases from around the county.

About the Author

John Van der Kiste has written over 20 books, most of them historical biography and many of them for SPL. He has lived in Devon since childhood.

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Book Info

Publication date

1st December 2006


John van der Kiste

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The History Press Ltd


160 pages


True crime



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