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Summary

"Oh dear, what can the matter be...."

Why does a woman keep falling from the Big Wheel at a South London fair? Hallucination or something more sinister?

It seems that Robbie MacTavish and Mrs. Harper’s great-nephew, Alfie, are the only two people who can see her.

Meanwhile, Rev. Bernard Paltoquet is asked to investigate a 60-year-old mystery, when the Vicarage plumber asks for his help in tracing his long-lost grandmother.

As Robbie tries to discover who the falling woman is and what she wants, Bernard begins to uncover the tragic events surrounding Albert’s grandmother’s fate.

©2019 Pat Herbert (P)2019 Pat Herbert

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  • Susan Patterson
  • 30-08-21

Twists and turns!

Selfishness and greed drive this plot. Held my attention throughout.

Christopher Selbie does a good job narrating.

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