6 edition of One Murder at a Time found in the catalog.
by Cosmos Books (PA)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||196|
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[Richard A Lupoff] -- They'd been an odd couple, brought together by a murder investigation and discovering that they had an amazing chemistry Hobart Lindsey is a suburban, middle-class, conservative-minded claims. One Murder at a Time chronicles eight shorter cases of Lindsey and Plum, originally published in magazines and anthologies in the United States and Great Britain.
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Bonus material in this surprising book are the complete text of “Death in the Ditch,” the McGuffin in The Cover Girl Killer, as well as “Yesterday Calling,” the complete radio scripts of The Radio Red Killer.
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One Murder at a Time chronicles eight shorter cases of Lindsey and Plum, originally published in magazines and anthologies in the United States and Great Britain. Bonus material in this surprising book are the complete text of "Death in the Ditch," the McGuffin in The Cover Girl Killer, as well as "Yesterday Calling," the complete radio scripts.
“The verdict's in on Murder One—Robert Dugoni has written another first-class legal thriller. It's smart, taut, suspenseful and exquisitely plotted.” —Linda Fairstein “With Murder One Robert Dugoni creates more twists and turns than a road in the Cascade Mountains.
For readers who love detailed police work and spot-on courtroom drama, this is the book to look for/5(). A Murder in Time is more about Kendra trying to navigate the early nineteenth century. I’m hoping there will be more of her figuring out how to go home in the next book. Now stuck inKendra is discovered in that same castle by the Duke of Aldridge and his nephew, Alec.
The novel fits in to the time-slip genre; an FBI profiler gets hauled back to the early s and becoming involved in a murder case which she believes is the work of a serial killer. Her investigation is hampered by her gender, the complete lack of investigation (they don't even have a proper police force in England yet) and the biases of class/5.
Linda Fairstein: Living the dream, one murder at a time. Share; there was a time when I started writing 19 books ago, that we were closer." "Deadfall" by Linda Fairstein. It may seem contradictory, but when you are reading more than one book at once, you can actually get through your To Be Read pile faster than if you took it one title at a : Sadie Trombetta.
This novel, Murder One, just never pulled me in. It was, to me, a struggle to get through. Im an avid reader. I usually read for hours per night and knock off 2 books a week, sometimes more.
Numerous times Ive read a book in two evenings. Murder One was about pages/5. The case took 13 years to go to trial, during which time nine local people were arrested. People who had known one another their whole lives accused one another, and. Set in and around Dublin, Tana French's exceptional Murder Squad series is unique from many other traditional mystery series in that each book is Author: Sadie Trombetta.
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