The Wychford Poisoning Case (Detective Club Crime Classics)
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Dash it all", she was an unnecessary prop that wasn't given any depth of character or modicum of intellect and frankly, both Roger and Alex were downright mean to her. The scene where he is spanking her and her dad just ignores it, feels terribly wrong even just to read through.
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With his brother, Cox was educated at Rose Hill School, Banstead, Surrey, and from the age of 14 was educated at Sherborne School  and then University College, Oxford. The Domesday Book of 1086 records Wicford as a manor of 15 hides.  In a document of about 1130 the name is spelt Wicheforda. Its etymology is not certain but it may mean "Ford of the Hwicce", who were an Anglo-Saxon tribe that settled and founded a kingdom in the area  in the latter part of the 6th century AD. Starting with the book's good points, it was fun to meet up with series detective Roger Sheringham again. This is the second book in the series, first published in 1926. It follows on from The Layton Court Mystery and features a couple of the same characters, in addition to Roger.After Roman control declined, much of the open land reverted to woodland. Saxon settlements were restricted to the woodland edge or large clearings. After the decline of Roman control much of the open land reverted to woodland. Later Saxon settlements were restricted to the woodland edge or large clearings.
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Special relationship cemented over Hobgoblin". 28 June 2010. Archived from the original on 29 July 2012. Copeland, Tim. Iron Age and Roman Wychwood (published 2002 by The Wychwood Press, Jon Carpenter Publishing) Marston's boosted by Hobgoblin and Halloween". Financial Times. Archived from the original on 2 June 2015.Miller, George (2000). "The forging of an English aristocracy". On fairness and efficiency: the privatisation of the public income during the past millennium. Bristol, UK: Policy Press. p. 201. ISBN 9781861342218. For millennia, the ancient Wychwood Forest covered much of West Oxfordshire with its grasslands, heaths, marshes and woodlands, and shaped the identity of this area for thousands of years. Today, it survives only in fragments.
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The Mysterious Case of Anthony Berkeley Cox". The Old Shirburnian Society. 27 October 2017. Archived from the original on 5 March 2022 . Retrieved 15 May 2023. Since the late 1990s there has been a resurgence of interest in the history and identity of the Wychwood, exemplified by the founding of the Wychwood Project, now known as The Wychwood Forest Trust.  Since 2000, the Wychwood Forest Trust has held an annual Forest Fair at a variety of locations within the old Wychwood boundary. This is a better-behaved revival of the traditional fair that was closed down in 1856 because of rowdy behaviour. Around the central bar are four dining areas; two ambient traditional pub rooms on either side: the quieter main restaurant room with an atmospheric murmur and aTaylor, Christopher (1982) . Fields in the English Landscape. Archaeology in the Field Series. London: J. M. Dent& Sons Ltd. ISBN 0-460-02232-6.