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e-Book Mrs. Malory Investigates download

e-Book Mrs. Malory Investigates download

by Hazel Holt

ISBN: 0312038941
ISBN13: 978-0312038946
Language: English
Publisher: St Martins Pr; 1st U.S. ed edition (February 1, 1990)
Pages: 192
Subategory: Literature

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Mrs. Malory returns to investigate a rich widow's disappearance after her daughter pressures her mother to sign over a large inheritance. There are many surprises as the dauntless sleuth delves beneath the peaceful surface of village life. Book 3 of Holt's Mrs. Malory mysteries. The 1st book in the delightful British cozy mystery series featuring Sheila Malory, a plain-spoken widow residing in the seaside town of Taviscombe, England.

Malory Mysteries SeriesHazel Holt. I have read many of the Mrs. Malory mysteries by Hazel Holt. No matter which one you choose to read, each one of them is a delight. It is a comfortable read with nothing jumping out at you. If you enjoyed watching the TV series "Murder, She Wrote," then you will love all her books. They are all just a very interesting charming read with a mystery involved. Also Known As Mrs. Malory Investigates. com User, March 21, 2006. The English title for this book is "Gone Away. The American title is "Mrs.

PRAISE FOR HAZEL HOLT’S MRS. MALORY SERIES A soothing, gentle trea. .No part of this book may be reproduced, scanned, or distributed in any printed or electronic form without permission.The literate, enjoyable Mrs. Sheila Malory is back. The Atlanta Delightful. by. Holt, Hazel, 1928-. New York : Penguin Group. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by AliciaDA on December 23, 2009.

I enjoy Hazel Hold's books enormously, I can just get lost in the pleasant peaceful life of an English town, and live the life I would love.

Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). Only 14 left in stock (more on the way). I enjoy Hazel Hold's books enormously, I can just get lost in the pleasant peaceful life of an English town, and live the life I would love. If you want a pleasant little vacation for an afternoon, read this book.

MALORY MYSTERY Series: Main Character: Sheila Malory, Literary Critic, England. Gone Away ’89 (aka Mrs. Malory Investigates). The Cruellest Month ’91. The Shortest Journey ’92 (aka Mrs. Malory’s Shortest Journey). Mrs. Malory and the Festival Murders ’93 (aka Uncertain Death). Murder on Campus ’94 (aka Mrs. Malory: Detective in Residence). Superfluous Death ’95 (aka Mrs. Malory Wonders Why). Death of a Dean ’96 (aka Mrs. Malory: Death of a Dean).

Hazel Holt (3 September 1928 – 23 November 2015) was a British novelist. She studied at King Edward VI High School for Girls in Birmingham, England, and then Newnham College, Cambridge. She went on to work at the International African Institute in London, where she became acquainted with the novelist Barbara Pym, whose biography she later wrote. She also finished one of Pym's novels after Pym died

Holt wrote her first novel in her sixties and was best known for her "Sheila Malory" series. Her son is the novelist Tom Holt. Genres: Cozy Mystery.

Holt wrote her first novel in her sixties and was best known for her "Sheila Malory" series. Sheila Malory 1. Gone Away (1989) aka Mrs Malory Investigates 2. The Cruellest Month (1991) 3. The Shortest Journey (1992) aka Mrs. Malory's Shortest Journey 4. An Uncertain Death (1993) aka Mrs Malory and the Festival Murder 5. Murder on Campus (1994) aka Mrs Malory: Detective in Residence 6. Superfluous Death (1995) aka Mrs Malory Wonders Why 7. Death of a Dean.

In The Cruellest Month, the death of a librarian in Oxford's New Bodleian library stirs Sheila Malory, whom readers first met in Mrs. Malory Investigates, to probe the victim's past. Sheila's godson Tony, who works at the library, finds Ms. Richmond crushed under some collapsed bookshelves. Could Gwen have been a blackmailer?

Sheila Malory, a middle-aged widow and expert on nineteenth-century novelists, turns detective when an old friend asks her to investigate the mysterious disappearance of his fiancee from a small English seaside town
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sobolica
I have read many of the Mrs. Malory mysteries by Hazel Holt. No matter which one you choose to read, each one of them is a delight. It is a comfortable read with nothing jumping out at you. If you enjoyed watching the TV series "Murder, She Wrote," then you will love all her books. They are all just a very interesting charming read with a mystery involved.

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Yalone
This series is cozy and fun to read. I enjoy Mrs. Malory, who is intelligent and gently and a lady unlike many women "detectives"

Sirara
Very ordinary British cozy mystery.

Āłł_Ÿøūrš
Great beginning to a cozy mystery series

Skilkancar
First off, I am not sure how to spell Malory. The cover of the book spells the name with one L and the written pages spell it with 2 L's

Sheila Mallory, a middle-aged widow, of rural Taviscombe, enjoys her quiet life with a small band of friends that is until her friend Charlie Richardson, brings the quite chic Lee Montgomery home for a visit. Everyone had always thought that Charlie and Sheila would end up together, but sadly, that was not the case. However, Charlie respects Sheila's opinion and would really like for a friends opinion of his fiancé.

When Charlie needs to travel back to America to tie up some business deals, Sheila agrees to check in on her only to find her dead. Well, Sheila takes her responsibilities as a friend seriously and decided that it is her job to find the who and why of the killing; and unfortunately, the more that Sheila digs the more she realizes that Lee definitely had a past and it could have been just about anyone who killed her.

I enjoyed this book, though simple in its style, Ms Holt's writing is very much in the British style with subtle humor and many a leading culprit without overdoing the pitfalls that seem to be prevalent in most cozies mysteries today.

Arlelond
In this novel, Hazel Holt creates an amateur sleuth impossible to dislike.

The author also paints a vivid picture of life and human nature within the small village of Treviscombe.

The writing is well done, and the plot has some nice twists leading to a fine climax and conclusion.

Highly recommended.

this is the second mrs. mallory i read. i usually like to read the first in any series, if i don't start with it.

i found nothing 'oddly poignant' about this very slender mystery. most of the people are unpleasant, or spineless, or obnoxious. mrs. mallory herself is unrealistic--we are asked to believe that a middle-aged woman who has achieved a university degree, brought up a child successfully, and writes scholarly works that are academically admired is, nevertheless, a hesitant, tentative doormat. phui.

the main clue to the identity of the murderer is fairly obvious.

i have read three of this series, and i will not be reading any more. this sets what seems to be the pattern: the murder victim is an unpleasant woman whose death is greatly deserved, and the murderer is an unpleasant woman who is only marginally sympathetic.

there are better contemporary cozy british mystery series written by women. cynthia harrod-eagles springs to mind.

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