Artists in Crime
Publish date: 2008-12-04
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
, Cozy Mystery
, Golden Age Mystery
Series: Roderick Alleyn 1 (#6)
Hier kann leider auch der schokostimmige Vorleser nicht zum vierten Stern verhelfen, zu dünn plätschert die Handlung vor sich hin. Vielleicht hatte ich aber auch einfach nur die Schnauze voll vom 1793sten Griff in die Kiste mit den Einzelteilen...
If I ever finish my book, and manage to have an audio edition, I want Benedict Cumberbatch reading it. Even with all the other readers I've come across whose voices I've fallen for, BC is a little bit spectacular. And I'm not even a "Cumberbitch". This is an abridged version of the novel, which norm...
Troy...need I say more? :-)Yup, still one of my all-time favorites in the series.
A very solid three stars. The flow of the narrative is quite stop and go which makes the way the plot moves on a bit chaotic in my book. Never the less, the plot is interesting, the reveal not so far from left field, the hints are there. I liked the introduction of Roderick's 'love interest' who is ...
Dame Ngaio Marsh certainly crafted a rich and appealing mystery (circa 1938) within "Artists in Crime". The story finds the lead detective, Roderick Alleyn, investigating the case of a murdered nude model, Sonia Gluck. The list of suspects revolves around eight individuals within an art school, in...
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