It is a perfect English summer's day, just right for the village fete. The sun shines; butterfly cakes and lukewarm tea are served from the refreshment tent; the sound of children's laughter floats across the Cambridgeshire meadows. Looking around at the bright, smiling faces, Harriet feels a sense of satisfaction. She hides her anxiety about her daughter Sara, her perverse longing for Sara to show a flash of adolescent rebellion, her concern for her daughter's safety. The day will be a success. Violent death is the last thing anyone in the village expects...
Used availability for Anne Atkins's A Fine and Private Place
September 2000 : UK Hardback
December 1998 : UK Hardback
April 1999 : UK Paperback