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The Crime at Black Dudley - Margery Allingham, David Thorpe
The Crime at Black Dudley
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When George Abbershaw is invited to Black Dudley Manor for the weekend, he has only one thing on his mind - proposing to Meggie Oliphant. Unfortunately for George, things don't quite go according to plan. A harmless game turns decidedly deadly and suspicions of murder take precedence over... show more
When George Abbershaw is invited to Black Dudley Manor for the weekend, he has only one thing on his mind - proposing to Meggie Oliphant. Unfortunately for George, things don't quite go according to plan. A harmless game turns decidedly deadly and suspicions of murder take precedence over matrimony. Trapped in a remote country house with a murderer, George can see no way out. But Albert Campion can.
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Format: audiobook
ASIN: B00BFX4CMI
Publisher: Audible Studios
Minutes: 453
Edition language: English
Series: Albert Campion 9 (#1)
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SusannaG - Confessions of a Crazy Cat Lady
SusannaG - Confessions of a Crazy Cat Lady rated it
3.0 The Crime at Black Dudley
The Crime at Black Dudley is the first Albert Campion mystery. It came out in 1929, and is probably best compared to Agatha Christie or Dorothy L. Sayers novels of the same period. (For Christie, this is the era before any Miss Marple, or most Poirot - think Partners in Crime, The Big Four, or The...
Juuli's Bookshelf
Juuli's Bookshelf rated it
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Tomes and Tea Leaves
Tomes and Tea Leaves rated it
3.5 Crime at Black Dudley, Albert Campion #1
The first Albert Campion mystery features Campion in a rather minor role. He is one of a number of guests at a weekend house party at Black Dudley manor. As mystery aficionados might expect, there is a murder, but the murder pales next to the much larger crime that will endanger all of the house res...
helenliz
helenliz rated it
3.0 The Crime at Black Dudley
this is the first in a series of books featuring Albert Campion as detective. Only it's almost as if this wasn't written with him in mind as the detective. The crime is solved by the doctor, Abbotshaw, and not actually by Campion (although it's possible he knows more than he lets on, but he certainl...
Andrea K Höst
Andrea K Höst rated it
This is a mystery on the lines of Christie's Tommy and Tuppence stories - part thriller, part adventure, part espionage, which its overblown international criminal organisations, guns, and and secret passages. A slightly pompous settled in his ways young pathologist finds himself caught up in first...
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