Susan Hill is a British author, whose work includes fiction, nonfiction, short stories, plays, memoirs, and children’s books. Her first novel, The Enclosure (1961), was published during her first year at university, and the second, Do Me a Favour (1963), was written while she was reading for her degree. Her books have been incredibly successful and her ghost story, The Woman in Black (1983), has been adapted into a play and a television film.
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The Various Haunts Of Men
This book is the first instalment of the Simon Serrailler crime novels. Chief Inspector Simon Serrailler and policewoman Freya Graffham are investigating the disappearance of a woman on the hill in Lafferton. A pair of cufflinks and a mysterious note are the only clue. Shortly thereafter, a young girl, an old man, and a dog disappear in the same place. The pair tackle the mystery, trying to solve it before the killer strikes again.Read more