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  • Author:
    John Malcolm
  • ISBN:
    0002325179
  • ISBN13:
    978-0002325172
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  • Publisher:
    Collins Crime Club; First Edition edition (1994)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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John Malcolm is the author of twelve previous Tim Simpson mysteries including A Deceptive Appearance and Into the Vortex, as well as a number of books on art and antiques.

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John Malcolm Andrews (born 21 August 1936) is an English antiques author and journalist, crime writer, engineering businessman and author – as John Malcolm – of the Tim Simpson series of art crime novels.

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Simpson's Homer: A Tim Simpson Mystery (Tim Simpson Mysteries). Although Simpson's old friend Nobby Roberts, chief inspector at Scotland Yard, takes over the case, Simpson finds himself unable to ignore the mystery. Readers may not have the same problem. Malcolm has laid on so many sub-plots, given us such intimate knowledge of British banking, worked in so much extraneous information about Whistler, made so many oblique references to the other Simpson stories and provided so many red herrings, that the reader is overwhelmed.

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A Tim Simpson mystery is a glimpse into the rarefiedand sometimes dangerousworld of international art collecting

A Tim Simpson mystery is a glimpse into the rarefiedand sometimes dangerousworld of international art collecting. In his third adventure, Simpson, an art investment consultant to a British bank, receives a letter from Mme. Boiteau, an elderly, impoverished Frenchwoman, asking him to authenticate and perhaps purchase a work by Rodin that is in her possession. When he arrives at her home in the suburbs of Paris, however, he catches two hoodlums in the act of ranksacking the house and attacking Mme. Boiteau and her young niece, Jacky

John Malcolm is the author of twelve previous Tim Simpson mysteries including A Deceptive Appearance and Into the . A former Chairman of the British Crime Writers Association, John Malcolm lives in Sussex with his wife.