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Jerusalem Inn (Richard Jury Mysteries, #5) - Martha Grimes
Jerusalem Inn (Richard Jury Mysteries, #5)
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A white Christmas couldn't make Newcastle any less dreary for Scotland Yard's Superintendent Richard Jury—until he met a beautiful woman in a snow-covered graveyard. Sensual, warm, and a bit mysterious, she could have put some life into his sagging holiday spirit. But the next time Jury... show more
A white Christmas couldn't make Newcastle any less dreary for Scotland Yard's Superintendent Richard Jury—until he met a beautiful woman in a snow-covered graveyard. Sensual, warm, and a bit mysterious, she could have put some life into his sagging holiday spirit. But the next time Jury saw her, she was cold—and dead. Melrose Plant. Jury's aristocratic sidekick wasn't faring much better. Snow bound at a stately mansion with a group of artists, critics, and idle-but-titled rich, he, too, encountered a lovely lady . . . or rather, stumbled over her corpse. What linked these two yuletide murders was a remote country pub where snooker, a Nativity scene, and an old secret would uncover a killer . . . or yet another death.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780440141815 (0440141818)
Publisher: Dell
Pages no: 270
Edition language: English
Series: Richard Jury 8 (#5)
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2.0 Jerusalem Inn (Richard Jury Mystery)
Way too complicated to end with a very predictable twist that is not very satisfying. Jury and Plant are acting way too cute. One redeeming thing, Wiggins, who is still the most adorable dork ever. More like 2 and 1/2 stars.
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