- Author:Catherine Aird
- Publisher:G K Hall & Co (February 1, 1995)
- Pages:214 pages
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A Going Concern A C. D. Sloan Mystery. A C.
A Going Concern A C. The chapter headings comprise. The Burial of the Linnet’.
Catherine Aird is the pseudonym of English novelist Kinn Hamilton McIntosh MBE. She is the author of more than twenty crime fiction novels and several collections of short stories. Her witty, literate, and deftly plotted novels straddle the "cozy" and "police procedural" genres and are somewhat similar in flavour to those of Martha Grimes, Caroline Graham, M C Beaton, Margaret Yorke, and Pauline Bell. She is a recipient of the Cartier Diamond Dagger award.
A bizarre clause in an elderly woman’s will exposes a dirty secret-and a murder-in this intricate, witty, and thoroughly delightful mystery (Publishers Weekly).
He drove swiftly out to Joe’s home in Larking. The house there, set in its own mellow grounds, was a far cry from the grimy building in Luston where both men worked. t, looking round him, that the Keen family home had that certain something called style. Joe Keen took some pride in being a man of few words. He heard Rosart out and then said: ‘And?’. And,’ said Rosart, ‘we still don’t know how much Harris and Marsh have really got hold o.
A Going Concern book. All of Catherine Aird's books are a pleasure to read. They are intellectually challenging and interesting. The late Octavia Garamond's last wishes were very odd indeed .
A Going Concern - Catherine Aird. The most enjoyable part was that the chapter headings are a poem - makes me want to go read the poem itself, without the silly book intervening. The Calleshire Chronicles. The most enjoyable part was that the chapter headings are a poem - makes me want to go read the poem itself, without the silly book intervening you know, that sounds familiar. I may have read this before, and completely forgotten it.
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Luckily for me, I just recently found Catherine Aird's mystery with her Inspector Sloan and his rather speed-happy sidekick, Crosby.
Aird's characters are nicely drawn and that in great part redeems the disappointment of a solution suddenly preselected rather than developed, not to speak of a lot of loose ends
Aird's characters are nicely drawn and that in great part redeems the disappointment of a solution suddenly preselected rather than developed, not to speak of a lot of loose ends.