A picture of 'Where Crows Would Die' 
                      by Mary Griese
ISBN: 9781784618285
Price: £8.99
Department: Fiction
Format: Paperback
Language: English
No. of pages: 336

Where Crows Would Die

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Crime novel with an agricultural background, set on farms on the Black Mountain in the 1960s and 1970s.


Only child Bethan moves with her family to a remote house at the foot of the mountains. She is soon mesmerised by a dysfunctional family farming nearby and befriends the wild daughter, Nia. Nia's troubled and violent older half-brother Morgan both scares and fascinates Bethan, and as she grows to adulthood she gets pulled further and further into his world. A black sheep with nobody to love him, does a yearning for human connection lurk behind the invaluable help he offers, or something more sinister?

ISBN: 9781784618285
Price: £8.99
Department: Fiction
Format: Paperback
Language: English
No. of pages: 336