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'A classic Dexter mix of mysterious corpses, intriguing clues, dreaming spires – and Morse himself' Today --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
He looked overweight around the midriff, though nowhere else, and she wondered whether perhaps he drank too much. He looked weary, as if he had been up most of the night conducting his investigations . . .
For Oxford, the arrival of twenty-seven American tourists is nothing out of the ordinary . . . until one of their number is found dead in Room 310 at the Randolph Hotel.
It looks like a sudden - and tragic - accident. Only Chief Inspector Morse appears not to overlook the simultaneous theft of a jewel-encrusted antique from the victim's handbag.
Then, two days later, a naked and battered corpse is dragged from the River Cherwell. A coincidence? Maybe. But this time Morse is determined to prove the link . . .
'Traditional crime writing at its best; the kind of book without which no armchair is complete' Sunday Times
'A classical Dexter mix of mysterious corpses, intriguing clues, dreaming spires - and Morse himself' Today--This text refers to the Paperback edition. See all Product Description
Morse. A great read. I'm a huge fan and will continue to read and re-read again and again.Published 1 month ago by SusanP
Another great Inspector Morse mystery. It kept me baffled until the end.
Very enjoyable read
I really enjoy this authors books, his (inspector Morse) collection is gripping and very good to read. If you like the Murder mysteries I would recommend.Published 11 months ago by Scott