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Thus Was Adonis Murdered - Sarah Caudwell
Thus Was Adonis Murdered
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Fleeing from tax-related worries, Julia Larwood indulges in a holiday, unaware that the fellow tourist she falls for is an Inland Revenue employee, who turns up dead in her bed with her copy of the Finance Act nearby. Reprint. PW.
Fleeing from tax-related worries, Julia Larwood indulges in a holiday, unaware that the fellow tourist she falls for is an Inland Revenue employee, who turns up dead in her bed with her copy of the Finance Act nearby. Reprint. PW.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780440212317 (0440212316)
ASIN: 0440212316
Publisher: Dell
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
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Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it
4.5 Thus Was Adonis Murdered (Hilary Tamar #1)
bookshelves: summer-2010, mystery-thriller, published-1981, art-forms, epistolatory-diary-blog, italy, britain-england, fraudio, filthy-lucre, handbag-read, dodgy-narrator, amusing Read from June 14 to 15, 2010 Brilliantly read by Eva Haddenblurb - Sarah Caudwell drew on her experience as a Br...
Sparrow
Sparrow rated it
Anyone who can tell a pretty hilarious Shakespeare joke is okay in my book. And this book is full of really hilarious Shakespeare jokes. Poor Desdemona. Oh, man. L, as they say, OL. And the slapstick. Oh, the slapstick! She gets it just right in that dry, British way, where you feel like she’...
Bookish for life
Bookish for life rated it
3.0 Thus Was Adonis Murdered
Enjoyed the rather unusual style (dry, very British humour) and found the plot very entertaining.
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it
4.0
work mp3 Brilliantly read by Eva Haddenblurb - Sarah Caudwell drew on her experience as a British tax lawyer to create these hilarious mysteries, in which the mysterious scholar Hilary Tamar (who is far too modest to foist personal details on the reader by doing things like explaining whether male o...
carey
carey rated it
The epistolary style bugged me at the beginning, but I enjoyed the dry humour and the rather 'ghastly; characters. Worth trying her next...
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