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|November 12, 2017

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A country house murder mystery classic, as a party find themselves snowed-in on Christmas Eve with a murderer among them... The snow is thick, the phone line is down, and no one is getting in or out of Warbeck Hall. All is set for a lovely Christmas, with friends…
An English Murder
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|September 21, 2013

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Warbeck Hall is an old-fashioned English country house and the scene of equally English murders. All the classic ingredients are there: Christmas decorations, tea and cake, a faithful butler, a foreigner, snow falling and an interesting cast of characters thrown…
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|March 30, 2015

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This 1951 mystery takes place at an English estate, Warbeck Hall, over Christmas. The elderly Lord Warbeck has been ill, and visiting are Dr. Bottwink (who is researching the Warbeck papers), Julius Warbeck (Chancellor of the Exchequer, cousin to Lord Warbeck and…
Best Detective Stories of Cyril Hare
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|June 12, 2018

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“WHERE THERE’S A WILL——” MISS BURNSIDE’S DILEMMA NAME OF SMITH MURDERER’S LUCK THE TRAGEDY OF YOUNG MACINTYRE Murder WEIGHT AND SEE “IT TAKES TWO . . .” DEATH OF A BLACKMAILER THE OLD FLAME “AS THE INSPECTOR SAID . . .” DEATH AMONG FRIENDS THE STORY OF HERMIONE A…
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|March 30, 2015

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A charming mystery set in WWII England, centered around Government employees who have been forced to evacuate to the countryside from London. Spending their days amidst Byzantine bureaucracy in a remote Great House, and their nights at a guesthouse during…
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|September 21, 2013

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Francis Pettigrew, a former barrister and sometimes amateur detective, is plucked out of what promises to be a peaceful retirement in the Home Counties to deputise for the County Court judge. The proceedings offer him some unexpected insights into the lives of…
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|December 1, 2018

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Cyril Hare's short stories were mostly written for the London Evening Standard . Among them, The Story of Hermione , in which the eponymous character grows rich from the all too convenient deaths of several relatives, has been called one of the most chilling…
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|November 29, 2018

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Who killed solo violinist Lucy Carless during a concert by the Markshire Orchestra? Was it her first husband? Or her second? Womanizer Bill Ventry? Or perhaps the clarinetist and fellow Polish émigré, Zbartorowski, with whom she'd had a violent argument? "A…
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|June 12, 2018

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This novel starts out with the death of an odd elderly man who has kept a scrapbook of rather morbid quotations. He has been staying at an obscure country hotel and it would be convenient if the overdose of sleeping medication were just an accident or even…
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|June 12, 2018

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Two young estate agent's clerks are sent to check an inventory on a house in Daylesford Gardens, South Kensington. Upon arrival, they find an unlisted item - a corpse. Furthermore, the mysterious tenant, Colin James, has disappeared. In a tale which uncovers many…
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|March 30, 2015

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Francis Pettigrew has recently retired from a legal career which seems to have been something of a disappointment, and has moved to a new home near the village of Yewbury. Although he acts as deputy to the Judge of the local County Court, the judicial needs of…

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Francis Pettigrew travels to Exmoor for a holiday with his wife - an area where he spent many vacations as a boy. It was also the place where he was traumatized by coming across a dead body on the moor. In an attempt to gain closure to this trauma, Pettigrew…
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