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Doubled in Spades
Author: Susan Moody
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ISBN: 1911266365
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Year: 2016-12-27
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When one of Cassie Swann's bridge partners, Naomi Harris, dies from an overdose, she is shocked but not suspicious. But things look rather different with the appearance of a young woman claiming to be Naomi's daughter, given up for adoption twenty years earlier, and a secret lover who insists that Naomi was murdered by her husband. Guiltily aware that she was not a good friend to Naomi while she was alive, Cassie decides to try to find the truth - and soon discovers that while Naomi had little reason to kill herself, there are several reasons why someone might have wanted her dead. Complications in her own life don't make things any easier. Torn between DS Paul Walsh and the persistent attentions of Charlie Quartermain, she suddenly finds a menacing figure is stalking her. As she closes in on the mystery of Naomi's troubled life, she is about to discover some very dangerous secrets.
Sequels
Author: Janet Husband, Jonathan F. Husband
Publisher: American Library Association
ISBN: 0838909671
Pages: 782
Year: 2009
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A guide to series fiction lists popular series, identifies novels by character, and offers guidance on the order in which to read unnumbered series.
Dummy Hand
Author: Susan Moody
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ISBN: 1911266438
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Year: 2017-01-03
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The sixth mystery featuring Cassie Swann. When Cassie becomes the victim of a hit-and-run driver, she doesn't expect him to walk later into a police station and confess. Then a young student at Oxford is murdered. Cassie's relentless suitor, Charlie Quartermaine, feels the events are somehow connected.
Mystery Women, Volume Three (Revised)
Author: Colleen Barnett
Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press Inc
ISBN: 1615950109
Pages: 720
Year: 2011-05-27
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An Encyclopedia of Leading Women Characters in Mystery Fiction, Volume 3: (1990-1999)Like other fictional characters, female sleuths may live in the past or the future. They may represent current times with some level of reality or shape their settings to suit an agenda. There are audiences for both realism and escapism in the mystery novel. It is interesting, however, to compare the fictional world of the mystery sleuth with the world in which readers live. Of course, mystery readers do not share one simplistic world. They live in urban, suburban, and rural areas, as do the female heroines in the books they read. They may choose a book because it has a familiar background or because it takes them to places they long to visit. Readers may be rich or poor; young or old; conservative or liberal. So are the heroines. What incredible choices there are today in mystery series! This three-volume encyclopedia of women characters in the mystery novel is like a gigantic menu. Like a menu, the descriptions of the items that are provided are subjective. Volume 3 of Mystery Women as currently updated adds an additional 42 sleuths to the 500 plus who were covered in the initial Volume 3. These are more recently discovered sleuths who were introduced during the period from January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1999. This more than doubles the number of sleuths introduced in the 1980s (298 of whom were covered in Volume 2) and easily exceeded the 347 series (and some outstanding individuals) described in Volume 1, which covered a 130-year period from 1860-1979. It also includes updates on those individuals covered in the first edition; changes in status, short reviews of books published since the first edition through December 31, 2008.
Sacrifice Bid
Author: Susan Moody
Publisher: Williams & Whiting
ISBN: 1911266411
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Year: 2016-12-31
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Times are looking lean for Cassie Swann. With the bridge supplies business in a slump and no new sources of income on the horizon, she's shocked to find herself cadging drinks off OAPs. But her own problems are forgotten when one of her bridge group, Lolly Haden White, starts seeming very distressed. Are her lapses of memory and dark moods simply a consequence of growing old, or is there something more sinister behind her sudden decline? Realizing that she knows next to nothing about Lolly's history, Cassie decides to do a little investigating, only to find that Lolly has done a remarkable job of covering up the details of her early life - in particular the time she spent in Africa as a young woman. Cassie begins to suspect that some long-suppressed secret from those days has come back to haunt Lolly - and when a brutal murder shocks the village, Cassie is convinced that the evil Lolly long ago battled against has to be confronted again.
Waterstone's Guide to Crime Fiction
Author: Nick Rennison, Richard Shephard
Publisher:
ISBN: 0952740567
Pages: 171
Year: 1997
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Takeout Double
Author: Susan Moody
Publisher:
ISBN: 0747239460
Pages: 309
Year: 1993
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City of Spades
Author: Colin MacInnes
Publisher: Allison & Busby
ISBN: 0749012056
Pages: 352
Year: 2012-07-30
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'You leave your mother and your brother too,You leave the pretty wife you're never faithful to,You cross the sea to find those streets that's paved with gold,And all you find is Brixton cell that's oh! so cold.'London, 1957. Victoria Station is awash with boat trains discharging hopeful black immigrants into a cold and alien land. Liberal England is about to discover the legacy of Empire. And when Montgomery Pew, a newly appointed assistant welfare officer in the Colonial Department, meets Johnny Fortune, recently arrived from Lagos, the meeting of minds and races takes a surprising turn...Colin MacInnes gives London back to the people who create its exciting sub-culture. Hilarious, anti-conventional, blisteringly honest and fully committed to youth and vitality, City of Spades is a unique and inspiring tribute to a country on the brink of change.
King of Hearts
Author: Susan Moody
Publisher: Scribner Book Company
ISBN: 0684802589
Pages: 313
Year: 1995
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Viewing the Grand National Day Race on television, Cassie Swann is shocked when the owner of the third-place winning horse is the mystery woman who had been linked to the murder of Cassie's father some twenty years earlier.
Cutlass
Author: T. M. Franklin
Publisher:
ISBN: 0998546844
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Year: 2017-07
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Sarina Talbot is certain notorious pirate, One-Eyed Jack Tremayne, murdered her father and stole his prized cutlass. Out for revenge, she sneaks onto his ship disguised as a cabin boy, but Tremayne quickly catches on to her scheme. He claims she has the wrong man, and that, if they work together, he can help her gain the vengeance she seeks. She doesn't really trust him, and he doesn't trust anyone. But they need each other to find the killer, and their uneasy alliance slowly turns to friendship, and then to more. Add in an old journal full of cryptic clues leading to a hidden cache of Aztec gold, and Sarina and Tremayne have their hands full. Between sword fights, Crown ships, enemy pirates and a traitor on their own vessel, they'll be lucky to escape with their lives, let alone the gold. But perhaps, along the way, they'll find a treasure even more valuable.
Misselthwaite
Author: Susan Moody
Publisher: Charnwood
ISBN: 0708989144
Pages: 624
Year: 1996
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Adult sequel to Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's novel takes Mary, Colin and Dickon into adult life, and a world that encompasses the battlefields of France, the bright lights of London in the Twenties, and India under the Raj, but which always comes back to their beloved Yorkshire moors.
Grand Slam
Author: Susan Moody
Publisher:
ISBN: 0747239479
Pages: 310
Year: 1994
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Narrative Strategies in Television Series
Author: G. Allrath, M. Gymnich
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230501001
Pages: 242
Year: 2005-08-10
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In the context of a systematic overview of the possibilities of applying narratological concepts to a study of TV series, ten case studies are explored in depth, demonstrating how series such as 24, Buffy, Twin Peaks, Star Trek, Blackadder, and Sex and the City make use of innovative audiovisual means of storytelling. Transgressing the traditional confines of narrative theory, the chapter authors address the question of how form, content, and function intersect in these series.
Soldier of Fortune
Author: Edward Marston
Publisher: Allison & Busby
ISBN: 0749010819
Pages: 399
Year: 2011-05-23
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Captain Daniel Rawson — Adventurer, spy, charmer... It is 1704 and Europe is at war 'Take this sword as you own and wear it with more honour than the man from whom you took it' With Lord Churchill's words ringing in his ears, the courageous young Captain Daniel Rawson embarks on a dangerous mission to lead his men into battle against the French enemy. He must succeed at all costs- the future of England is at stake. But Rawson is the target of the murderous General Salignac who will stop at nothing to see his adversary dead. As Rawson and his men march across the continent, he must keep one step ahead of Salignac's brigands and live to fight heroically at the Battle of Blenheim. The author of the bestselling Railway detective series triumphs with this stunning first book in the Captain Rawson series.
The Fugitive Wife
Author: Peter C. Brown
Publisher: W. W. Norton
ISBN: 0393329755
Pages: 414
Year: 2006-12-26
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Joining a team of Nome-bound prospectors in order to escape a stormy marriage in 1900, Essie, a midwestern farm girl, supports herself by delivering mail and finds herself drawn to idealistic foreman Nate Deaton, a relationship that Essie fears will be challenged by her husband. A first novel. Reader's Guide included. Reprint.