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Plant tells Jury of something he overheard in The Grave Maurice, a pub near the hospital. A woman told an intriguing story about a girl named Nell Ryder, granddaughter to the owner of the Ryder Stud Farm in Cambridgeshire, who went missing more than a year before and has never been found. What is especially interesting to Plant is that Nell is also the daughter of Jury's surgeon.
But Nell's disappearance isn't the only mystery at the Ryder farm. A woman has been found dead on the track - a woman who was a stranger even to the Ryders.
But not to Plant. She's the woman he saw in The Grave Maurice. Together with Jury, Nell's family, and the Cambridgeshire police, Plant embarks on a search to find Nell and bring her home. But is there more to their mission than just restoring a 15-year-old girl to her family?
The Grave Maurice is the 18th entry in the Richard Jury series and, from its pastoral opening to its calamitous end, is full of the same suspense and humor that devoted listeners expect from Martha Grimes.
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By Traci on 09-29-16
Most Depressing.......But It Is a Good Book
What did you love best about The Grave Maurice?
Richard Drury and Melrose Plants' conversations. They were hilarious in between the darkest of subject matters.
Which character – as performed by Steve West – was your favorite?
Melrose was the winner in this book.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Nell's back story
Any additional comments?
Loved and hated this book. Tragedy after tragedy and dark subject matter.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
By George Breslauer on 03-17-17
My favorite one
I love this womans writing,she is so gifted. The way she describes the antics of animals and children is preciously accurate. This has been my favorite Richard Jury novel. The plot is interesting and the characters entertaining,without the meandering that sometimes accompanies her stories. If you are looking for the stereotypical Hollywood endings, Martha Grimes' stories are not for you.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful