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Falling Star
by Patricia Moyes




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Rich, aristocratic, and at the heart of swinging London, "Pudge" Coombe-Peters has everything except a decent nickname. And in fact, he has two special attributes: He owns the narration - the drawling, deliciously snobbish, all-but-impossibly irritating narration - of Falling Star, and he has a chum named Henry Tibbett, who comes in just awfully handy when people start dying on the set of the film that Pudge is producing. Tibbett is especially welcome because, by the second death, it's clear that we're not dealing merely with murder but with Impossible Crime, the kind of fiendishly clever puzzle that is killingly hard to write and even more difficult to solve. The twisty plot and gorgeously retro setting on their own would make for a splendid read, but adding Pudge to the mix puts it over the top.

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Overview

Rich, aristocratic, and at the heart of swinging London, "Pudge" Coombe-Peters has everything except a decent nickname. And in fact, he has two special attributes: He owns the narration - the drawling, deliciously snobbish, all-but-impossibly irritating narration - of Falling Star, and he has a chum named Henry Tibbett, who comes in just awfully handy when people start dying on the set of the film that Pudge is producing. Tibbett is especially welcome because, by the second death, it's clear that we're not dealing merely with murder but with Impossible Crime, the kind of fiendishly clever puzzle that is killingly hard to write and even more difficult to solve. The twisty plot and gorgeously retro setting on their own would make for a splendid read, but adding Pudge to the mix puts it over the top.

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781631941429
  • ISBN-10: 1631941429
  • Publisher: Felony & Mayhem
  • Publish Date: May 2018
  • Page Count: 264
  • Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.85 pounds

Series: Henry Tibbett #5

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