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The Catherine Wheel book. I'm glad this wasn't my first encounter with a mystery by Patricia Wentworth because I would have put it aside after slogging through the opening pages in which a large cast of characters was introduced in detail. However (!) since I'm a newly minted fan of her incredible body of work, I persevered and was, of course, amply rewarded. A great read with lots of plot twists and delightful input from the insightful mind of "Miss Silver" as she solved the Another suspense winner from Wentworth!
The Catherine Wheel (A Miss Silver Mystery). As usual Miss Silver succeeds in bringing lovers together and pointing the way to the murderer. I found this a completely satisfying Miss Silver mystery. 2 people found this helpful.
The Catherine Wheel (A Miss Silver Mystery). Latter End (The Miss Silver Mysteries). The Brading Collection by Wentworth, Patricia (1950) Paperback.
Patricia Wentworth The Catherine Wheel Miss Silver – 1949CHAPTER 1 Jane Heron took a few graceful gliding steps and came slowly back round the circle of watching women. Clarissa Harlowe’s dress show was in progress, and she was showing a dress called Sigh no More. There was not very much of it above the waist, just a few opalescent folds, but the skirt was new and rather exciting. CHAPTER 1. Jane Heron took a few graceful gliding steps and came slowly back round the circle of watching women.
The Catherine-Wheel (Miss Silver Series) Paperback. Patricia Wentworth gets away from the Village and Manor House in this post World War II mystery, to provide a more complex drama than in her customary novel
The Catherine-Wheel (Miss Silver Series) Paperback. Grey Mask (The Miss Silver Mysteries) Paperback. Patricia Wentworth gets away from the Village and Manor House in this post World War II mystery, to provide a more complex drama than in her customary novel. William Smith lost his memory in the War and knows only that he came into being in a German prison compound in 1942. Now, after the War, still amnesiac toward the earlier years of his life, he is earning a living making dolls for the father of a fellow prisoner, who died in the same prison camp.
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CHAPTER 1. There were almost more yards of stuff in it than you would have believed possible, all coming in slim and tight to the waist, but they would swirl like spray in the wind when you danced.
Miss Silver laid her knitting down in her lap and coughed again. Look here, Miss Silver, you were the last person to see Florence Duke or to have any conversation with her. That would be one explanation, Inspector, but it is not the only one. Crisp looked hard at her. Was she, or was she not, in a state of nervous depression? I have already told you that she was.
The Catherine Wheel: When a wealthy man named Taverner places a. .
But with the scent of money in the air, old feuds reemerge and the extended family squabbles over the cash. These charming British mysteries featuring the unstoppable Miss Silver-whose stout figure, fondness for Tennyson, and passion for knitting belie a keen intellect and a knack for cracking even the toughest cases-are sure to delight readers of Agatha Christie, Ellis Peters, and Dorothy L. Sayers. Cosy Mysteries Women Sleuths Thriller & Crime.
Wentworth Patricia - скачать бесплатно все книги автора. This is one of some 30 Miss Silver mysteries which Patricia Wentworth wrote during her lifetime. As with other Miss Silver mysteries, the story relies on character development. Nadia May reads clearly and distinguishes individuals well; her British voice is ideal for this genteel period thriller (1951). It concerns money motivated marriages and has a complex plot, full of suspense. The author has a large and devoted readership in both Britain and America.