Death in Devon (The County Guides): The Devon Mystery by Ian SansomDeath in Devon (The County Guides): The Devon Mystery by Ian Sansom

Death in Devon (The County Guides): The Devon Mystery

byIan Sansom

Hardcover | July 21, 2015

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CREAM TEAS! SCHOOL DINNERS! SATANIC SURFERS!Join our heroes as they follow up a Norfolk Mystery with a bad case of . DEATH IN DEVON.Swanton Morley, the People's Professor, sets off for Devon to continue his history of England, The County Guides. Morley's daughter Miriam and his assistant Stephen Sefton pack up the Lagonda for a trip to the English Riviera.Morley has been invited to give the Founder's Day speech at All Souls School in Rousdon. But when the trio arrive they discover that a boy has died in mysterious circumstances. Was it an accident or was it - murder?Join Morley, Sefton and Miram on another adventure into the dark heart of 1930s England.
Ian Sansom writes for the 'Guardian' and the 'London Review of Books'. He is the author of ten books including, 'Paper: An Elegy', 'Mr Dixon Disappears', 'The delegates Choice' and 'The Bad Book Affair', some of the instalments of The Mobile Library series. He lives in Northern Ireland.
Title:Death in Devon (The County Guides): The Devon MysteryFormat:HardcoverDimensions:320 pagesPublished:July 21, 2015Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0007533144

ISBN - 13:9780007533145


Editorial Reviews

'Much recommended for a frolicsome read' Country Life Magazine'The magnificent Morley is very good company, and Sansom has a lovely way with a mind-bending puzzle . superbly entertaining' The TimesPraise for 'The Norfolk Mystery':'A delightful, idiosyncratic mystery . Professor Morley promises to become a little gem of English crime writing; sample him now' Daily Mail'A brilliant first outing that leaves you looking forward to the next maniacal mystery tour' Evening Standard