Tenant for the Tomb - Murder Room (Paperback)Anthony Gilbert (author)
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When an accident begins to look like murder...
Classic crime from one of the greats of the Detection Club
On a quiet country station, Detective Arthur Crook, waiting for the train to London, witnessed a near-fatal accident. Despite the arm of her companion, Miss Imogen Garland slipped and almost fell under the train. No harm was done, and Arthur Crook might not have thought anything more about it had not a newspaper item a few weeks later caught his eye. Miss Garland had once again been involved in an accident, this time fatal. Only it was not Miss Garland who had died . . .
Publisher: The Murder Room
Number of pages: 224
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm
Ingenious plot leavened with sly humour * EVENING NEWS *
Anthony Gilbert shared with other successful crime writers a combination of writing talent and clever plotting skills necessary to make it in detective fiction's Golden Age ... Along with Agatha Christie [he] had a talent to deceive * mysteryfile.com *
No author is more skilled at making a good story seem brilliant * SUNDAY EXPRESS *
If there is one author whose books need to be widely available, it is Gilbert * Inkquilletc.blogspot *
Unquestionably a most intelligent author. Gifts of ingenuity, style and character drawing * SUNDAY TIMES *
Fast, light, likeable * NEW YORK TIMES *
The plot is knife-edge tension all the way * BELFAST TELEGRAPH *
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