A Colourful Death (Cornish Mysteries) Paperback – 20 Jun 2013
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"Adept at showing character through witty dialogue, Dunn paints an amusing picture of a small town that readers will want to visit again soon." - Publishers Weekly on MANNA FROM HADES." --Publishers Weekly --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The second in a charming cosy crime series set in 1960's Cornwall featuring amateur sleuth and charity shop worker, Eleanor Trewynn and her westie Teazle. From the author of the bestselling Daisy Darlymple series.See all Product Description
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This is an interesting mystery with artistic and personal rivalries as a background. It can be read as a standalone novel but it is the second instalment in a series of Cornish mysteries set in small town on the Cornish coast. The characters are well drawn and believable and I like Eleanor and her friend the vicar's wife. The police characters are interesting too with the perennially sarcastic D I Scumble who seems to be mellowing a little as he gets to know both Megan and her aunt.
If you enjoy relatively slow paced mysteries with interesting plots and background then give this series a try.
Eleanor Trewynn is the central character, with her lovely west highland terrier Teazle as her constant companion.
Interesting supporting characters such as her niece Detective Sergeant Megan Pencarrow and her boss DI Scumble;
Nick Gresham, the artist lives next door to Eleanor and her friend Jocelyn Stearns is the wife of the vicar and organises
the LonStar Shop. Eleanor is retired from her charity work, but is a fabulous example of a very active and caring person.
I can't wait for another Cornish Mystery to be published.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Trying another series of mystery stories and have not been disappointed.Published 11 months ago by Mrs Sue Beeson
speedy delivery book in execlent condition great read I live in Cornwall but a book for everyone I recommend itPublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer