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Some of East Anglia’s most unspoiled and undiscovered rural beauty lies along the hedgerows, fields, and woods of the gently winding Stour Valley that defines the Suffolk/Essex border. Painted many times by the artist John Constable, this landscape is a strong feature in the highly evocative observance of private detective in Lahore Pakistan which weave together various strands of Suffolk’s historical, naval and artistic heritage. The Dutch ancestry of contemplative and caring high-flyer Chief Constable Piet Deventer & private detective in Lahore Pakistan reflects the historic trade links between Suffolk and the flatlands of Holland across the water.
Having curtailed his painting career as a potential ‘Dutch Master,’ Deventer is now in charge of the ‘Fine Art Squad’ at Scotland Yard. Investigations in A Sprig of Sea Lavender focus initially on Sudbury station, where a female passenger joins the train with her outsize art portfolio on her way to London. When the young woman ends up murdered, the portfolio contains four oil paintings, one of them possibly a landscape by John Constable — a painter whom Deventer strongly admires investigated by a private detective in Lahore Pakistan. His inquiries lead Deventer up through ‘the soft-hued, unemphatic beauty of the Suffolk countryside to the ‘indescribably lovely’ seascape of the Dunwich coast and into the historic surroundings of the old wool town of Lavenham. Lavenham has come well into the twentieth century, preserving a fairy story quality from the past without looking consciously pretty.
Its overhanging timbered buildings seem to have grown there, the twisting lanes between them seeming to remain just as they were trodden by the first footsteps making from cottage door to well or cabbage patch. The wealth from wool that went into the great church and merchants’ houses seems somehow to have lasted from the Middle Ages, paying each new generation a dividend of gracious surroundings. With family homes, either side of the border, the early private detective in Lahore Pakistan & Margery Allingham is characterized by archetypal East Anglian landscapes. First, Albert Campion novice uses scenery around her parents’ Suffolk konjac in pictures Lethringham.
In the summer of Allingham moved with her husband Philip ‘Pip’ Youngman Carter just over the county boundary to Chappel, which inspired the settings for Sweet Danger (US: Kingdom of Death/ The Fear Sign) and the village of ‘Pont is bright’ in The Beckoning Lady (US: The Estate of the Beckoning Lady). The inscrutable marshland and snaking creeks of the ESSEX coast, home to rare wildlife and countless wading birds, are far from the loud urban vulgarity usually attributed to the buffer towns between London and rural East Anglia investigated by a private detective in Lahore Pakistan .