An English Murder
Publish date: 2017-11-02
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
That was utterly delightful. A golden age Christmas puzzle mystery with a wonderful solution. Highly recommend for fans of the golden age. I'm not sure if I'll get around to writing up a more substantive review - and I'm going to use this for Door 17, Winter Solstice, because it has snow on the cove...
OK, so I thought about this for a while, because it's admittedly a borderline case, but I've ultimately decided to use Cyril Hare's An English Murder, which I recently finished, as my book for International Children's Day: Although the kid concerned doesn't actually make a personal appearance, there...
This was fun. My hunch about the solution was not entirely wrong but wrong all the same. I loved the William Pitt clue but the real solution was so much better than what I had thought of. And if this could not have gone better, I believe the book qualifies for the Door 17 Winter Solstice task as t...
I was in the mood for a good Country House mystery so I decided to read An English Murder by Cyril Hare. The Lord of the manor is ill and bedridden so he decides to invite several family members and close friends to his home at Warbeck Hall for one last Christmas holiday gathering. There's an unde...
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