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Death on a Quiet Day #2020

Death on a Quiet Day Student David Henchman decides to spend a quiet day in the country to escape his boisterous classmate tormentors but gets than he bargains for when he comes across a man with a bullet hole in his head

  • Title: Death on a Quiet Day
  • Author: Michael Innes
  • ISBN: 9780060806774
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Death on a Quiet Day By Michael Innes, Student David Henchman decides to spend a quiet day in the country to escape his boisterous classmate tormentors but gets than he bargains for when he comes across a man with a bullet hole in his head So begins a tlae of frenzied pursuit featuring a disappearing corpse, a mad race from a killer on the moors, a panicky girl, a flight by automobile, and an ivy coveredStudent David Henchman decides to spend a quiet day in the country to escape his boisterous classmate tormentors but gets than he bargains for when he comes across a man with a bullet hole in his head So begins a tlae of frenzied pursuit featuring a disappearing corpse, a mad race from a killer on the moors, a panicky girl, a flight by automobile, and an ivy covered tower that contains the secret of death on a quiet day.

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    1 thought on “Death on a Quiet Day

    1. This book has everything I love about Michael Innes novels action, humor, literary references, a breezy plot, likeable characters, and above all Inspector John Appleby The cover blurb from the Times Literary Supplement puts it perfectly Ingenuous young men dash about creditably disingenuous old ones are equally spry Good humour abounds and the scenes of flight and pursuit are appropriately exciting Yep

    2. Michael Innes was the pseudonym of Scottish novelist and critic John Innes Mackintosh Stewart As Michael Innes, he wrote some 40 detective novels for which he created his sleuth Inspector John Appleby, later Sir John Appleby The novels are fun to read and quite academic in their allusions to literature and art Some of the Appleby novels have been lately reprinted Anyone who likes a good old British murder mystery should give these a go.

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