Fear in the Sunlight
Pages no: 410
Edition language: English
Series: Josephine Tey (#4)
Boring boring BORING.
Mystery writer Josephine Tey is in Portmeirion to meet with Alfred Hitchcock and his wife about a film deal. Hitchcock is also in Portmeirion to scout the location and set up tricks to reveal his crews response to guilt and fear. In this tense atmosphere, no one is prepared to deal with the murder o...
I love a good mystery series for the mix of new and familiar: the return to characters I know and enjoy, settings and eras that are appealing and made different with new crimes, perhaps new tidbits about my beloved detectives and crime stoppers. Nicola Upson's series featuring 1930s mystery novelis...
Originally reviewed on my blog Guiltless ReadingHitchcock in a murder mystery? Yes, please!My two cents: Gorgeous cover, check. Legendary Alfred Hitchcock figures as a character, check. A delicious mystery, check (you know how I love my Agatha Christies). And very intriguing title, check. Who would...
London 1954, and Chief Inspector Archie Penrose, about to retire from Scotland Yard, is visited by an American investigator who wants to know about events that took place in the summer of 1936 when Josephine Tey celebrated her 40th birthday in Portmeirion with Penrose and other close friends. Rememb...
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