Lestrade and the Kiss of Horus (The Lestrade Mystery Series)

M. J. Trow

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Language: English

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Henery Press, an award-winning publisher in the mystery/suspense genre focused on engaging stories with sharp twists and lively characters. Far from depicting the harsh realities of big-city life or exploring the complexities of police politics, the Lockridges created their own version of the cozy English village murder mystery. This may be out of print but is still available used and in libraries. The resulting style, as some reviewers have noted, makes more demands on its readers than did the earlier one, but it offers more rewards in its irony and its possibilities for characterization.

Pages: 235

Publisher: Gateway Editions; F First Edition edition (May 8, 2001)

ISBN: 0895262142

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