2 edition of Blood on the Wood (Nell Bray Mystery) found in the catalog.
Blood on the Wood (Nell Bray Mystery)
by Chivers Audio Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Lin Sagovsky (Narrator)|
|The Physical Object|
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Blood on the Wood, by Gillian Linscott, b-plus, Produced by Isis Audio and purchased as compact discs from audio editions. When the suffragette movement is bequeathed a valuable painting by campaigner Philomena Venn, suffragette volunteer Nell Bray agrees to retrieve it/5.
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This is definitely not something I want to read. The only good thing about this book was the narrator Christopher Harbour he was excellent until I just stopped listening.