Titolo: The CASE HAS ALTERED: A RICHARD JURY MYSTERY...
Casa editrice: Simon & Schuster Audio
Data di pubblicazione: 1997
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 20 days. Codice inventario libreria 9780671577568-3
Riassunto: The Lincolnshire fens are the right setting for Richard Jury's latest case, a mystifying double murder. When the principal suspect turns out to be Jenny Kensington, a woman Jury has long loved, he decides he needs someone inside Fengate--someone who can impersonate an antiques expert. Enter Melrose Plant, detective "manque". And in his wake follows the cast of characters and wicked plot twists that Grimes' fans have come to love. Simultaneous hardcover release from Henry Holt. 4 cassettes.
Recensione: Richard Jury, the brooding Scotland Yard detective-hero of many of Martha Grimes's mysteries, is back in The Case Has Altered, but--as usual--his sidekick Melrose Plant steals the show. Set in the fens of Lincolnshire, Jury must investigate two murders in which his true love, Jenny Kennington, is a suspect. But while Jury deals with the evidence, Melrose uncovers the local color, interviewing everyone from uncommunicative pub owners to chatty cooks. Even murder seems a little less grim with Melrose Plant around.
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