No Graves as Yet

No Graves as Yet

A Novel of World War I

Book - 2003
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Baker & Taylor
In June of 1914, Cambridge professor Joseph Reavley learns that his father was carrying a vitally important secret document when he died, and that his best student has been murdered.

Blackwell North Amer
On a sunny afternoon in late June, Cambridge professor Joseph Reavley is summoned from a student cricket match to learn that his parents have died in an automobile crash. Joseph's brother, Matthew, as officer in the Intelligence Service, reveals that their father had been en route to London to turn over to him a mysterious secret document - allegedly with the power to disgrace England forever and destroy the civilized world. A paper so damning that Joseph and Matthew dared mention it only to their restless younger sister. Now it has vanished.
What has happened to this explosive document, if indeed it ever existed? How had it fallen into the hands of their father, a quiet countryman? Not even Matthew, with his Intelligence connections, can answer these questions. And Joseph is soon burdened with a second tragedy: the shocking murder of his most gifted student, handsome Sebastian Allard, loved and admired by everyone. Or so it appeared.
Meanwhile, England's seamless peace is cracking - as the distance between the murder of an Austrian archduke by a Serbian anarchist and the death of a brilliant university student by a bullet to the head becomes shorter with each day.

& Taylor

Learning about the untimely deaths of his parents, Cambridge professor Joseph Reavley is horrified when his father's acts of sedition are discovered, a situation that is complicated by the murder of a gifted and popular student, in a novel set against the backdrop of World War I. 125,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2003
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780345456526
Branch Call Number: F PER
Characteristics: 3339 p. ; 25 cm


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Oct 03, 2016

A very exciting page turning novel just before the start of WW1. I really enjoyed it and look forward to the others in this series.

Sep 18, 2014

I loved this book, and its sequels, even more than I did Perry's mystery series.
Americans tend to know little about WWI. This series takes place during it, and is, to me, more believable than either of the previous series by Perry.


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