The Man in the Brown Suit
Publish date: 2002
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Colonel Race (#1)
Anne Beddingfield longs for adventures and she gets her fair share of it when an oddly smelling man gets electrocuted on the rails of the subway. In Anne´s eyes a man in a brown suit behaves oddly around the body and in pursuit of said man, Anne has to go beyond the borders of England to solve the m...
Anne Beddingfeld's father is a famous archaeologist and anthropologist. He dies, leaving Anne mostly penniless, but hungry for adventure. She kindly rejects the proposal of the village doctor and accepts her father's solicitor's invitation to stay with him and his wife for a time in London. Shortly ...
I was a little disappointed that this is a whole separate story from Symphony, with only a brief reference in the first chapter to the events that took place in the first volume of the series. I was hoping it would be a more legitimate series, with the same core characters appearing in all the novel...
It was hard to rate this book. It didn't seem like an 'Agatha Christie' type of mystery so I was somewhat disappointed. However, for a spy thriller with some romance thrown in, it was really well done. So I averaged my rating to four stars. However, if you like cozy mysteries, it would be worth thr...
Always enjoy an Agatha Christie mystery! Thought Anne Beddingfield was a fantastic heroine, can't wait to read the Miss Marple books and the other books narrated by a female.
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