3 edition of C.B. Greenfield, the Tanglewood murder. found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
|2||The Crime Club|
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I began to doubt the significance of the circumstantial evidence. I always like a short murder mystery to read between heavier C.B. Greenfield more involved books, and I appreciate suspense. The plot does lag a bit, and the sentences are a little too constructed, but I appreciate good writing no matter what.
One of their prime suspects, author Julian Tragar, goes missing--leaving behind an expensive Mercedes, a bloody iron bar, and evidence that something heavy was dragged down to the nearby river. The Ravagers confirms for me that Hamilton is a fine writer and that this is one of the best series around. The innkeeper whose avocation it is to live abed three quarters or more of the day.
As an anthology series, it featured all kinds C.B. Greenfield drama, including mysteries, and hundreds of well known actors and actresses, some very familiar, others making their debuts on the show. The story is a strange one. Charlie is a widower, and quite probably a misogynist.
C.B. Greenfield Really disappointed in this one. In this book and I'm off to the library to find the first one the annual summer vacation of the newspaper office staff coincides with the opening of Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. Greenfield books by Lucile Kallen backwards--or mixed-up--or something.
As for the actual setting and everything, I didn't find that having the victim be a member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and having the event take place at Tanglewood made the story as "highbrow" as I expected. She also wrote the novel Outside There, Somewhere 1964exploring the competing demands of career and motherhood.
" It is a shame that Lucille Kallen is no longer with us. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. The second in the C. What's more, the book is not funny.
Love from a Strangeris pretty typical of the lot, and fun to look at, with a script incorporating the talents of Agatha Christie original story Frank Vosper stage play and Francis Marion screen adaptation.
I loved the relationship between Charlie and Maggie and the wonderful tete-a-tete between them.