KINDLE ❆ Final Curtain (Roderick Alleyn, #14) Author Ngaio Marsh –

Final Curtain (Roderick Alleyn, #14) Final Curtain Roderick Alleyn, 14 Free Author Ngaio Marsh Nature After A Lethal Birthday Dinner Of Champagne And Crayfish, Famed Shakespearian Actor Sir Henry Is Dead, And The Cast Of Suspects Is A Mile Long.

10 thoughts on “Final Curtain (Roderick Alleyn, #14)

  1. says:

    The reviewer notes on the cover said it was time to stop comparing Marsh to Agatha Christie, and start comparing Christie to Marsh , implying and elsewhere boldly stating that Marsh was the better writer I

  2. says:

    When a book is written in the 1940 s it can be expected to have the prejudices of the day, but this one had the trifecta of comments about Jews, black people and a character who embodied all of the most offe

  3. says:

    I don t think I ll ever get bored of a good mystery Christie, Tey, and Marsh being my favorite authors.

  4. says:

    Famous painter Agatha Troy has three weeks to wait for the return of Detective Chief Inspector Roderick Alleyn from four years service in New Zealand during the Second World War as Ngaio Marsh s Final Curtain

  5. says:

    More enjoyable than the last few because of the reunion in London of Alleyn with Fox and, of course, Troy I hadn t realized that Alleyn s wartime duties had taken him away for three years orMarsh s interest in

  6. says:

    Originally published on my blog here in August 1998.The war is finally over, and Alleyn is returning from New Zealand where the previous two books in the series, Colour Scheme and Died In The Wool, are set to jo

  7. says:

    I read somewhere that Died in the Wool was Marsh s favorite in her Alleyn series, and I liked it a lot but this one is even better It s not quite five stars to me, since it ends a bit suddenly and it was not as p

  8. says:

    4.5 stars, but I thought I d round up, because it s a high point in the series Hearing about this one made me come back to this series This one I quite like.The Ancreds are interesting enough Some of the character

  9. says:

    Like a lot of parlor mysteries, this one pursues a logic all its own Well, not quite all its own it s pretty heavily influenced by the dodgy psychological insights of the day, even while it thinks it s mocking them

  10. says:

    This is not as riveting as some of Marsh s books, but is still a very good read I had read it a couple times before and was pretty sure I remembered who the murderer was, which removed some of the immediacy Troy has

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