Murder Book ebook
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The Murder Book: An Illustrated History of the Detective Story by. Tage La Cour, Harald Mogensen.
I am so pleased I got this as a free Kindle book. The characters are strong, plenty of humour and vivid images. I like the dog best of course. This isn't one those sugary, girlie books with recipes. This is a good old-fashioned British murder mystery wrapped up in snow.
The Murder Book is a mystery novel by American author Jonathan Kellerman
The Murder Book is a mystery novel by American author Jonathan Kellerman. During a surprise trip to Paris, Alex Delaware's girlfriend Robin announces that she will be working as part of the road crew for a rock music tour, while Alex remains at home. The split is hard on Alex, who uses the time to question his relationship with Robin as well as to start drinking heavily.
Dear Jack, I think I'm about to be arrested and charged with murder
Dear Jack, I think I'm about to be arrested and charged with murder. Tom Morris, busy cataloguing the library of Plumwood Hall, is in a fix. Three days before, a member of the family had keeled over at afternoon tea after eating a slice of fruit cake laced with poison. Who is the wild man of the woods? And most puzzling of all: how did a massive dose of cyanide get into just one slice of cake? This mind-twisting case has all the hallmarks of a classic Country House Mystery. Woven throughout the story is an engaging conversation about Lewis's Christian worldview. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
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The Murder Book : Illustrated History of the Detective Story. By (author) Tage La Cour, By (author) Harald Mogensen, Translated by R. Duffell.