Constable among the Heather Audiobook, by Nicholas Rhea Play Audiobook Sample

Constable among the Heather Audiobook

Constable among the Heather Audiobook, by Nicholas Rhea Play Audiobook Sample
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Read By: Philip Franks Publisher: Blackstone Publishing Listen Time: at 1.0x Speed 4.00 hours at 1.5x Speed 3.00 hours at 2.0x Speed Series: The Constable Nick Mysteries Release Date: August 2021 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781799926177

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Longest Chapter Length:

38:46 minutes

Shortest Chapter Length:

30:44 minutes

Average Chapter Length:

35:24 minutes

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Publisher Description

Britain’s most popular bobby gets back on the beat.

Constable Nick proves once again that a policeman’s lot on the windswept heather-clad moors of North Yorkshire was a very happy one.

In this delightful collection of tales of Daffodil Duty and Sheep Worrying, his duties are as varied and humorous as ever. Young Nick joins Albert Potter for a drink and discovers his homemade moorland wines are a headache in every sense of the word. When a farmer fits an ejector seat to his tractor, Constable Nick is forced to cope with the rumors of Roman soldiers racing their chariots across the moors.

With mysterious graves to uncover and visitors’ illicit romance to cover up, with motor accidents involving goats, peat bogs, and his police van, Nick continues his fascinating and frequently hilarious career.

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About Nicholas Rhea

Nicholas Rhea (1936–2017) began to writing in the late 1950s after years of casual interest, having his first short story published in the Police Review. As he continued to rise through the ranks at the region’s police headquarters in Northallerton, he published his first novel, Carnaby and the Hijackers, in 1976. He is primarily known for his Constable Nick series, inspired by his many years of police service. He retired in 1982 to concentrate on his writing, encouraged by an interest in his Constable books from Yorkshire Television. This was to become the highly popular Heartbeat series, which ran for eighteen seasons and over 350 episodes.