Cemetery Road: an intense crime thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling author
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In regards to the main story plot, while I have no doubt that rich, old, white men do control many, many things, this book was just unbelievable to me. The utter mayhem that these men, this Poker Club, bring is just not realistic. In small doses, sure, I think they can get away with murder, sleeping with every woman, bribing law enforcement/judges, etc. But the way it is described in this book is just ridiculous. These men control every aspect of this town and no one does anything about it. I just don't buy it. The property benefits from gas central heating, with mostly double and some triple glazing and has an excellent C Rating for energy efficiency. Well presented and re-appointed and briefly comprising: Porch Entrance, Lounge, Dining Kitchen, Study, Ground Floor Shower Room, Conservatory, Landing, 3 Bedrooms and Bathroom.
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The frequency of grass cutting is dependent on the weather conditions and the number of burials taking place each day. It is generally carried out between the months of March and October when the grass grows continually. All these things I have done, but most people I know would call me an honourable man.....I try to be a good man, and most of the time, I believe I succeed.”Our cemeteries are a peaceful place for quiet reflection, and open every day of the year. Please respect other visitors and the grounds when you visit. Please wear suitable clothing if you have to visit a cemetery during or immediately following heavy rain.
Cemetery Road by Greg Iles | Goodreads
Sometimes, during excavations we cannot remove all of the soil from the area and will need to carefully cover the area adjacent to the grave and place the soil there. Where possible, graves with no memorials are chosen. There are a total of 24 cemeteries which cover the whole Bradford Metropolitan District. The cemeteries are managed by two Area Offices. The Church was founded in 1839 by eleven members, who by 1841 had called their first pastor, Rev. T.H. Hudson, and by 1842 had built premises in Eyre Street. In 1859 the church moved to a new building in Cemetery Road. In 1891 it joined the Baptist Union of Great Britain along with other General Baptist churches.Undercliffe Cemetery is not managed by Bradford Council but by a charitable trust. Bradford Council owns the land but lease it to the trust. When Marshall McEwan left his hometown at age eighteen, he vowed never to return. The trauma that drove him away ultimately spurred him to become one of the most successful journalists in Washington D.C. But just as the political chaos in the nation's capital lifts him to new heights, Marshall is forced to return home in spite of his boyhood vow. Forget about solving all these crimes; the signal triumph here is (spoiler) the heroine’s survival.