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Constable Around the Green book. I look forward to reading more of Constable Nick's encounters with fellow inhabitants of the area where he lives.
In my capacity as the village constable at Aidensfield, I lived somewhere on that line. I appreciated that fact when I was posted there; having been reared in a genuine northern district, the moorlands of the North Riding of Yorkshire, I had been brought up in the knowledge that the area around Aidensfield was definitely south. In Aidensfield and some other areas of North Yorkshire, a piece of holly must also be carried, this evergreen being an ancient symbol of everlasting life. In addition to the required gifts, the First Foot must also comply with certain personal rules. He must always be a man.
Constable Around the Village. An excellent relaxing read and very well written book on which the TV programme Heartbeat based.
Nicholas Rhea's Constable Books. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. The life of local village policeman in Yorkshire during the 1960's . Page created – 2 February 2012.
Author: Nicholas Rhea ISBN 10: 0747254036. Title: Heartbeat: Constable In The Dale Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Used-like N : The book pretty much look like a new book. There will be no stains or markings on the book, the cover is clean and crisp, the book will look unread, the only marks there may be are slight bumping marks to the edges of the book where it may have been on a shelf previously. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 10 pre-owned listings. Heartbeat: Constable in the Dale by Nicholas Rhea (Paperback, 1996). Pre-owned: lowest price.
Constable Around The Village Nicholas Rhea Book by Nicholas Rhea. The author is prolific, working under several names and has written over 100 titles in this and other series largely about crime and Yorkshire. Lightweight reading maybe but I like the whole series. The early books I read said the stories would soon be turned into a TV series and some 10 years later this came true and what a massive and instant success it was with a lengthy run of 372 episodes sadly ending on Sunday 12th. and yes, I loved reading the James Herriot series too! indoremanOPAug 12, 2011.
Among the hilarious anecdotes are the cases of witchcraft used by Katherine Hardwick to rid herself of a troublesome suitor and the insurance man who covers a dog against its persistent theft and unscrupulous love-making
John Milton 1 608–1674; Paradise Lost Quite distinctly, two shots rang out. They echoed through the peaceful valley as I patrolled on foot pring colouring along the lengt.
John Milton 1 608–1674; Paradise Lost Quite distinctly, two shots rang out. They echoed through the peaceful valley as I patrolled on foot pring colouring along the length of Rannockdale, and at first, I paid no attention. The entire countryside in his area is riddled with gunmen shooting; they shoot grouse during their season, pheasant and other game during their permitted times, and vermin all year round, consequently a couple of bangs were of no immediate interest. Two very clear shots rang.
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