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The Anatomy of Ghosts Audio CD – Unabridged, 28 November 2016

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  • Publisher : Bolinda/Audible audio; Unabridged edition (28 November 2016)
  • Language: : English
  • ISBN-10 : 1489364846
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1489364845
  • Dimensions : 14.6 x 2.8 x 13.4 cm
  • Customer Reviews:
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1786, Jerusalem College, Cambridge. The ghost of Sylvia Whichcote is rumoured to be haunting Jerusalem, since Frank Oldershaw, claims to have seen the dead woman prowling the grounds....

About the Author

Andrew Taylor (b. 1951) is a British author of mysteries. Born in East Anglia, he attended university at Cambridge before getting an MA in library sciences from University College London. His first novel, Caroline Miniscule (1982), a modern-day treasure hunt starring history student William Dougal, began an eight-book series and won Taylor wide critical acclaim. He has written several other thriller series, most notably the eight Lydmouthbooks, which begin with An Air That Kills (1994). His other novels include The Office of the Dead (2000) and The American Boy (2003), both of which won the Crime Writers’ Association of Britain’s Ellis Peters Historical Dagger award, making Taylor the only author to receive the prize twice. His Roth trilogy, which has been published in omnibus form as Requiem for an Angel (2002), was adapted by the UK’s ITV for its television show Fallen Angel. Taylor’s most recent novel is the historical thriller The Scent of Death (2013).

John trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, and joined the Bristol Old Vic Company where he played many leading roles. Acting has taken him from the National Theatre through most parts of England, Germany, Hong Kong and the Middle East. He played Salieri in Amadeus at Chester and Sir Robert Chiltern in An Ideal Husband at Northampton. He has also played many leading roles on television, notably the part of Willie Pettit, whom he played for five years in the series Bergerac.

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