A Grave Mistake
Publish date: 2001
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: Roderick Alleyn 1 (#30)
A solid page-turner, again revolving like other Marsh novels around an older woman. Although Sybil Foster's faults revolve around vanity and selfishness, she did not seem to be a particularly unkind or cruel woman (the will made in a temperament aside). She is not hated, yet she is signally unlove...
Workaday mp3. Unabridged, and read by Jane Asher.Blurb - Although the solution to the crime becomes increasingly apparent as the novel progresses, Grave Mistake--along with Black as he's Painted and Dead Water--remains one of my three favorite Marsh novels. Why? Because it is a showcase for Marsh's ...
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