Dead Woman's Ditch

Dead Woman s Ditch A bizarre and particularly uneasy collection of guests including the novelist Joan Forest the sinister Silas Taker and a lady who passes by the unlikely name of Dr Amethyst gather in a little hote

  • Title: Dead Woman's Ditch
  • Author: Simon Nash Raymond Chapman
  • ISBN: 9780060807771
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Paperback
  • A bizarre and particularly uneasy collection of guests, including the novelist Joan Forest, the sinister Silas Taker, and a lady who passes by the unlikely name of Dr Amethyst, gather in a little hotel in Somerset and create the focus for tensions that inevitably lead to murder That ever spirited pair of partners and rivals in detection, Inspector Montero of Scotland YarA bizarre and particularly uneasy collection of guests, including the novelist Joan Forest, the sinister Silas Taker, and a lady who passes by the unlikely name of Dr Amethyst, gather in a little hotel in Somerset and create the focus for tensions that inevitably lead to murder That ever spirited pair of partners and rivals in detection, Inspector Montero of Scotland Yard and the academic Adam Ludlow, are in for an especially tricky time when they tangle with a quite pernicious organization while investigating this case.

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    519 Comment

    • Colleen says:

      This '64 paperback unfolds much like Clue (the 1985 movie) but ends completely differently, with some strange political drama woven in that seemed a little unnecessary but I get it, it adds a bit of color and intelligence. I'm kind of wondering if Clue lifted plot points from this book or if all 60s mysteries had these elements? Well, I'll find out - while this was my first Ludlow-Montero / Simon Nash mystery, I liked it enough to go buy out Seattle's Mystery Bookshop of 3 other Nash mysteries.

    • Cindy says:

      A group of strangers meet up at a quiet country inn where one of them is murdered. It was good enough to kill a couple of hours while I was stuck at the hospital, but it wasn't very interesting or well written.

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