Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Book Club
, Historical Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
This book has popped up on my radar screen several times - when I started it, I wasn't entirely sure where it might fit into Halloween bingo, but figured that I would be able to find someplace to slot it. After finishing, it fits into Amateur Sleuth, Murder Most Foul, Country House Mystery and Terri...
This re-read of an old favorite was undertaken with the full intention of picking it apart to see if it held up as "the most perfectly written" book I've ever read. It did . . . and it didn't. This post looks at an element of the story's construction -- not its writing -- that I never realized b...
Sweet, but not too sweet.Several people too good to be true, one genuine villain, and not too much of a mystery. In fact, this is far more a novel than a mystery, which is typical of Josephine Tey. English country air, nice people, some startling coincidences and all's well that ends well. A nice ho...
After reading Josephine Teys mysteries, I thought I'd post some of my thoughts about them.First the positives:They're free.They're well written in general.They're really good mysteries. The minor characters are mostly nice and interesting.To me, they're historic, though I know the author wrote and p...
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