eBook Duplicate Death eBook #192; #242; nuiunde

[PDF] ✅ Duplicate Death By Georgette Heyer – Nuiun.de London is the scene for a card party given by a social climbing hostess Suddenly the seemingly civilized game of Duplicate Bridge is interrupted by a double murder both victims murdered by the same siLondon is the scene for a card party given by a social climbing hostess Suddenly the seemingly civilized game of Duplicate Bridge is interrupted by a double murder both victims murdered by the same sinister method strangled with picture wire The crimes seem identical but were they carried out by the same hand? And what was the connection between the first a mysterious man of the world and the second an ambitious widow? Inspector Hemingway has his work cut out for him a.

Nd the odds of solving this crime are stacked up against himThings become even complicated when Miss Beulah Birtley the fiancée of the inspector's young friend Timothy Kane becomes Hemingway's prime suspect Kane is determined to prove the lady's innocence but when he begins digging into her past he finds it's than a little bit shady That morning Miss Beulah bought the weapon Before supper she had spit out her hatred for the victim in poisonous and public words And at.

eBook Duplicate Death eBook #192; #242; nuiunde

eBook Duplicate Death eBook #192; #242; nuiunde The Black MothIn 1925 she married George Ronald Rougier a mining engineer Rougier later became a barrister and he often provided basic plot outlines for her thrillers Beginning in 1932 Heyer released one romance novel and one thriller each yearHeyer was an intensely private person who remained a best selling author all her life without the aid of publicity She made no appearances never gave an interview and only answered fan letters herself if they made an interesting historical point She wrote one novel using the pseudonym Stella MartinHer Georgian and Regencies romances were inspired by

duplicate kindle death ebok Duplicate Death eBookNd the odds of solving this crime are stacked up against himThings become even complicated when Miss Beulah Birtley the fiancée of the inspector's young friend Timothy Kane becomes Hemingway's prime suspect Kane is determined to prove the lady's innocence but when he begins digging into her past he finds it's than a little bit shady That morning Miss Beulah bought the weapon Before supper she had spit out her hatred for the victim in poisonous and public words And at.

10 thoughts on “Duplicate Death

  1. Carol She Carol She says:

    eBook Duplicate Death eBook #192; #242; nuiunde duplicate kindle, death ebok, Duplicate Death eBook45★GH wrote this one of her her final mysteries after a break of ten years I believe she really enjoyed working with her husband on these light fun novels but the Rougiers lack of understanding of the British taxation system the strong minded Hey


  2. Susan Susan says:

    eBook Duplicate Death eBook #192; #242; nuiunde duplicate kindle, death ebok, Duplicate Death eBookI have read a few of Georgette Heyer’s mysteries and enjoyed them very much I read this for one of my Goodreads groups even though I dislike reading books out of order and two characters Stephen and Timothy Hart appeared in 'They Found Him


  3. Sheila Beaumont Sheila Beaumont says:

    eBook Duplicate Death eBook #192; #242; nuiunde duplicate kindle, death ebok, Duplicate Death eBook Duplicate Death is an entertaining mystery with a cast of interesting characters some likable some not that involves a murder at a bridge partyBefore you start this book it's a good idea to first read the author's 1937 mystery They Found Him Dead in which you'll meet some of the characters 14 years earlier including Chief Inspector then Sergeant Hemingway my favorite of Georgette Heyer's detectives Another character who shows up in both books is the very likable Timothy Harte who is 14 in the earlier book now he has serve


  4. DanaAdriana B DanaAdriana B says:

    eBook Duplicate Death eBook #192; #242; nuiunde duplicate kindle, death ebok, Duplicate Death eBookLike all cozy mysteries this story is slow with lots of suspects It is my second book and counting Thank you Netgalley for this book


  5. Cphe Cphe says:

    eBook Duplicate Death eBook #192; #242; nuiunde duplicate kindle, death ebok, Duplicate Death eBookA bit remiss of me to have never considered the mystery novels written by the fabulous Georgette Heyer Thoroughly enjoyed this twisting and convolouted story in which the culprit wasn't readily apparent A lot of int


  6. Hannah Hannah says:

    eBook Duplicate Death eBook #192; #242; nuiunde duplicate kindle, death ebok, Duplicate Death eBookThis book just wasn't my cup of tea First it's about 100 pages until we get to the crime and the interesting Inspector Hemingway enters the scene Before that the only interesting people are the Kanes and Beulah and we don't see enough of them Instead we are treated to 1950s high society gambling parties cursing jealousies and bad attitudes I got to where I simply couldn't take any of the very strong language not shy of the strongest allowed in society in those days with b being the least offensive and repeated variations of profanities and of the insipid nasty society people I skimmed to the end to find out who did the crime and wha


  7. Squeak2017 Squeak2017 says:

    eBook Duplicate Death eBook #192; #242; nuiunde duplicate kindle, death ebok, Duplicate Death eBookThis detective novel is not one of Heyer's best and I think this is chiefly because of the characters There is a lot of description of house decor at the beginning to place people in their social and financial milieu which is deadening Other books of hers have introduced characters by their repartee and interactions and this has established them much successfully Strangely she has also chosen to recycle some characters from an earlier novel though they aren't central to the action here They are the only honest and bearable characters which is possibly why they have been reintroducedThe rest of the characters are not go


  8. Alexis Neal Alexis Neal says:

    eBook Duplicate Death eBook #192; #242; nuiunde duplicate kindle, death ebok, Duplicate Death eBookMurder At a bridge party no less The cast of characters includes a barrister a Lady a secretary a spoiled debutante a Communist a businessman a ballet aficionado a wealthy widowparvenu and a charming gentleman with no visible means of support When one of them winds up strangled at during an evening of duplicate bridge it's up to the brusque but intelligent Inspector


  9. Sophia Sophia says:

    eBook Duplicate Death eBook #192; #242; nuiunde duplicate kindle, death ebok, Duplicate Death eBookA bridge party a guest is murdered and the Kane family are about to learn their Timothy's love interests' secrets the hard wayChief Inspector Hemingway has a nice puzzler on his hands Six people at the party could have done in the smarmy man who was the victim but the motive is obscure As Hemingway sifts through the lives of the people involved a few dark secrets pop out as well as potential motives Then there is another murderI love these post WWII era mysteries featuring the colorful and just a little eccentric Hemingway and his stolid Highland Scot assistant Inspector Graham The historical backdrop and the way the characters were immersed in this historical setting was marvelous The dialogue is the most sparkling gem of an element in each of the author


  10. LVLMLeah LVLMLeah says:

    eBook Duplicate Death eBook #192; #242; nuiunde duplicate kindle, death ebok, Duplicate Death eBookThe story itself the mystery is nothing too special I found the ending sort of a let down with no big build up to the reveal Although the process is interesting What I absolutely enjoyed about this book was how campy it was This is my first Georgette Heyer book so I'm not familiar with her style or if her writing is meant to be serious or spoofy But this mystery that included lives of the idle rich in England during the 1930's was written almost as if making fun of them and that life It's definitely full of negative stereotypes Maybe reading it in this time period makes it feel so ridiculous and over the top Also and I'm pretty sure this had a lot to do with why I loved this book narrator Ulli Birvé did an AMAZING job In fact I'm almost thinking abou


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