- Author:E. C. R. Lorac
- Publisher:Lythway P.; New edition edition (August 7, 1973)
- Pages:160 pages
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Murder by Matchlight (1945). Fire in the Thatch: A Devon Mystery, with an introduction by Martin Edwards.
Murder by Matchlight (1945). Fire in the Thatch (1946). London: The British Library.
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Her books have been almost entirely neglected since her death, but deserve rediscovery as fine examples of classic British crime fiction in its golden age.
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Books by E. C. Lorac. Murder by Matchlight (1945). Most of these books feature her main series character, Chief Inspector Robert Macdonald, a "London Scot" and an avowed bachelor with a love for walking in the English countryside. In 28 of these books, he has the help of his assistant, Detective Inspector Reeves. The Murder on the Burrows (1931). The Affair at Thor's Head (1932). The Greenwell Mystery (1932). Death on the Oxford Road (1933). The Case of Colonel Marchand (1933). Murder in S. ohn's Wood (1934). Murder in Chelsea (1934). The Organ Speaks (1935).
First published in 1944 Fell Murder sees . Lorac at the height of her considerable powers as a purveyor of well-made, traditional and emphatic detective fiction
First published in 1944 Fell Murder sees . Lorac at the height of her considerable powers as a purveyor of well-made, traditional and emphatic detective fiction. The book presents a fascinating 'return of the prodigal' mystery set in the later stages of the Second World War amidst the close-knit farmerfolk community of Lancashire s lovely Lune valley. The Garths had farmed their fertile acres for generations and fine land it was with the towering hills of the Lake Country on the far horizon. Garthmere Hall itself was old before Flodden Field, and here hot-tempered Robert Garth,.
Murder in the Mill-Race is a thoroughly enjoyable mystery with a satisfying conclusion.
Murder in the Mill-Race first published in 1952 and shows real assurance in the plotting and characterisation. The Dower house is beautiful, and Anne falls in love with it instantly, it does seem as if she and Ray will be living their dream life. Murder in the Mill-Race is a thoroughly enjoyable mystery with a satisfying conclusion.