- Author:Mike Ashley
- Publisher:Carroll & Graf; 1st Carroll & Graf ed edition (February 22, 1999)
- Pages:448 pages
- FB2 format1786 kb
- ePUB format1931 kb
- DJVU format1634 kb
- Formats:rtf lrf txt mobi
Royal Whodunnits book.
Royal Whodunnits book. To follow the successes of Classical Whodunnits and Shakespearean Whodunnits, popular anthologist Mike Ashley has specially commissioned more than a score of new stories from top drawer writers, lead by Stephen Baxter, Peter Tremayne, Margaret Frazer, Richard Lupoff, Susanna Gregory, and Tom Holt, for his latest page-turning anthology.
In "Royal Whodunnits" Ashley has brought together 25 "tales" of this nature in an intriguing compendium, to say the least. Popular-and good-writers contribute, from Edward Marston to Peter Tremayne to Susanna Gregory to Margaret Frazer, to name but four
In "Royal Whodunnits" Ashley has brought together 25 "tales" of this nature in an intriguing compendium, to say the least. Popular-and good-writers contribute, from Edward Marston to Peter Tremayne to Susanna Gregory to Margaret Frazer, to name but four. Of course, the collection is fiction-and should be read as so-but intriguing, exciting, and suspenseful nevertheless.
Royal Whodunnits : Tales of Right, Royal Murder And Mystery. By (author) Mike Ashley, Foreword by P. C. Doherty.
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Mike Ashley (writer). The Mammoth Book of Historical Whodunnits (Volume 2) (2001). Royal Whodunnits: Tales of Right, Royal Murder And Mystery (1999). For other people with the same name, see Mike Ashley. 1948 Southhall, Middlesex, England. Published in the US as The Mammoth Book of More Historical Whodunnits. The Mammoth Book of Fantasy (2001). The Mammoth Book of Science Fiction (2002). The Mammoth Encyclopedia of Modern Crime Fiction (2002).
Murder mysteries, even the bad ones, are fun. It’s really easy to find a whole lot of badly written murder mystery novels that are still great reads because you’re just dying to find out whodunnit. But finding those that actually stick with you long after reading them, the way any good novel does, can be a bit more complicated.
The Mammoth Book of Egyptian Whodunnits. The collection includes tales of travel through space and time, aliens coming to Ear. Similar Free eBooks. by Mike Ashley · Elizabeth Peters · Lynda S. Robinson · Lauren Haney. Ashley gives us a firm identity not only for King Arthur, but also for Merlin, Guinevere, Lancelot, and the Knight. The Mammoth Book of New Sherlock Holmes Adventures.
The mammoth book of roman whodunnits. The Mystery of Canute Villa, Martin Edwards. Watchful Unto Death, Hilary Bonner. The Tidal, Michael Ryan. The seventeenth century was a time ripe with murder, anarchy, war, and political and religious intrigue, of which the Gunpowder Plot is only one example. This unputdownable new anthology from Mike Ashley presents 25 whodunits set in those turbulent times-also the age of the Witchfinder General, ‘revenge’ tragedies, and the colonization of America.