Angel with Two Faces - Josephine Tey (Paperback)
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Angel with Two Faces - Josephine Tey (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 14/11/2009
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Inspector Archie Penrose invites Josephine Tey down to his family home in Cornwall so she can recover from the traumatic events depicted in "An Expert in Murder". Josephine welcomes the opportunity, especially since Archie's home is near the famous Minack open-air theatre perched on the cliffs overlooking the sea. However, Josephine's hopes of experiencing a period of rest are dashed when her arrival coincides with the funeral of a young man from the village who had drowned when his horse inexplicitly leapt into the nearby lake. When another young man disappears and the village's curate falls from the cliffs of the Minack Theatre onto the rocks below, Josphine and Archie begin to suspect the involvement a cold-blooded murderer. As Josephine and Archie try to unravel the mystery, they begin to see death as an angel with two faces - one gazing at the violence in the present, the other looking back to the crimes hidden in the past.

Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 9780571237968

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“EXCELLENT”

Fantastic book can't wait to read next one oh and the one before this.

Paperback edition
6th April 2011
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“Angel with Two Faces”

The setting is Cornwall summer 1935 and Josephine Tey the crime writer is on holiday at the invitation of her friend police Inspector Archie Penrose. Before Tey even arrives, a local man has been killed in a riding... More

Hardback edition
29th July 2009
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“Angel with Two Faces”

Really enjoyed this book. Very typical 1930's drama, rather reminds you of Agatha Christie.Inspector Penrose invites Josephine Tey (I could not understand why the writer used this name, as this is a pseudonym... More

Hardback edition
27th July 2009
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