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The Best British Mysteries III: v. 3


The Best British Mysteries III: v. 3

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    Available in PDF Format | The Best British Mysteries III: v. 3.pdf | English
    Maxim Jakubowski(Editor)
Following the huge success of the previous BBM collections comes the latest batch of stories from the UK's top-flight crime writers. Alongside an "Inspector Morse" story from Colin Dexter and a "Rumpole" tale from John Mortimer, is Jake Arnott's first short story and a wealth of exclusive stories from some of Britain's most exciting up-and-coming young crime writers. An ideal present for anyone who has ever enjoyed a good murder-mystery, "The Best British Mysteries 2006" will cause many sleepless nights of avid page turning!

'An essential read for all crime fans' Publishing News'Like their protagonists, these stories are precise and calculating' Daily Telegraph

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  • PDF | 457 pages
  • Maxim Jakubowski(Editor)
  • Allison & Busby (6 July 2006)
  • English
  • 7
  • Crime, Thrillers & Mystery
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  • By A. Toop on 31 July 2010

    I have to confess to being a bit of an addict as far as short mystery stories are concerned. They are the sort of books that you can pick up on a train or plane, or waiting for an appointment, as well as a last minute read before sleep. This particular series of books has always held some gems, but I think this is one of the best. It includes stories by a number of "names" in the thriller and mystery world, some of them varying their known styles rather effectively. If there is a criticism of the collection it would be that it possibly errs on the side of period stories and Sherlock Holmes derivatives in particular. For me that is not a problem, but some might find it so. Not a book to keep for ever, but certainly a book to take on a journey.

  • By Mrs W Waugh on 19 October 2014

    These Mysteries are very good ,but there will only be eleven of them sadly.................

  • By Tony Purton on 25 January 2017

    a book of interesting fiction.

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