- Author:Salman Rushdie,Glen Baxter
- Publisher:Pan Books Ltd (January 1, 1990)
- Pages:256 pages
- Subcategory:Individual Sports
- FB2 format1945 kb
- ePUB format1558 kb
- DJVU format1900 kb
- Formats:azw lrf txt lrf
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Those familiar with Glen Baxter's work - Boy's Own -style cartoons with breathtakingly incongruous elements and captions - can probably guess what to expect here: a mock-earnest mystery, illustrated throughout in fine Baxter form, with much to offer the reader. That said, it lacks the impact of his single-frame cartoons, and for some reason the entire thing is set in his favourite font which, while certainly atmospheric, isn't exactly readable (especially since it's ALL IN CAPS).
An illustrated novel in which Gladys Babbington Morton is expelled from school for various misdemeanours: using her clarinet as a blowpipe, and constructing an elaborate machine to remove the choirmaster's toupee during the final bars of "Jerusalem".
Ever since the two bizarre deaths on the tennis courts of St Drunston's, the shadow of suspicion has fallen on the shoulders of Gladys Babbington Morton. Detective Inspector Trubcock of Scotland Yard is sent to investigate the murders. Other Products from gbebooks (View All). Iron Joe Bob by Joe Bob Briggs.
The billiard table murders. a Gladys Babbington Morton mystery. Published 1991 by Picador in London. Introduction by Salman Rushdie.
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The billiard table murders: A Gladys Babbington Morton mystery: ISBN 9780747507499 (978-0-7475-0749-9) Hardcover, Bloomsbury, 1990.
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Glen Baxter, alias Colonel Baxter, is a British contemporary artist, illustrator, and draughtsman
Glen Baxter, alias Colonel Baxter, is a British contemporary artist, illustrator, and draughtsman. Glen Baxter started his career from a post at the Victoria and Albert Museum where he taught from 1967 to 1974. It was during this time when he published his first poems and short stories in Adventures in Poetry magazine of New York City. Later that same year, the magazine featured his illustrations. One of his most popular artworks, ‘The Impending Gleam’, saw the publication in 1981.