- Author:Josephine Bell
- Publisher:Walker & Co; Paperback First Edition edition (July 1983)
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A Deadly Place to Stay book. She began writing detective fiction in 1936 using the pen name Josephine Bell and her first published novel in the genre was 'Murder in Hospital' (1937).
A Deadly Place to Stay book.
A deadly place to stay. A deadly place to stay. by. Bell, Josephine, 1897-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on June 10, 2011. Published 1983 by Walker in New York.
Find nearly any book by Josephine Bell (page 2). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Fennister affair. ISBN 9780754074137 (978-0-7540-7413-7) Hardcover, Chivers Press Ltd, 2002.
College lecturer Simon Fawcett is seemingly witty, handsome, and irresistible to men and women alike; but underneath his charming and seductive demeanour is a cold and manipulative man with a terrible secret. When Simon begins pursuing student Penny Dane - despite his ongoing, intense romance with a married woman - he is caught in a love triangle that threatens to expose both his romantic misdeeds and his dark past. The trap is set; and the only way out leads towards blackmail.
Josephine Bell - the complete book list A Deadly Place to Stay.
Josephine Bell - the complete book list.
1982) (A Deadly Place to Stay) A novel by Josephine Bell. Lesley, a young runaway in London, finds herself trapped in a deadly web of terror when she seeks refuge in the home of a religious cult controlled by a sadistic Ruler Genre: Mystery. Used availability for Josephine Bell's The Innocent. May 2012 : UK Paperback. Bell, Josephine (pseudonym of Doris Bell Ball) (1897-1987). Published by Walker & C. New York (1983). This is an ex-Library book. Black & green library bound boards with green lettering. Mild brown staining to pages on occasion.
Josephine Bell’ was the pseudonym of Doris Bell Ball, née Collier .
Josephine Bell’ was the pseudonym of Doris Bell Ball, née Collier (1897-1987), a practicing GP and mother of four who began publishing crime fiction in earnest to supplement her income after the tragic early death of her husband in a road accident. In a career spanning 50 years she published some 60 books, including several historicals, though she mostly focused on crime (she was a founder member of the Crime Writer’s Association). I have wondered about Josephine Bell but not getting much encouragement to try her books here. On the other hand, if I find a cheap copy at the book sale, I will dive in and see what I think.