Who Killed Baker? by Edmund Crispin & Geoffrey Bush.
Who Killed Baker? by Edmund Crispin & Geoffrey Bush. Wakefield was attending a series of philosophy lectures at London University, and for the past ten minutes his fellow-guests at Haldane’s had been mutely enduring a précis of the lecturer’s main contentions. What it amounts to, then, said Wakefield, toward what they hoped was the close of what they hoped was his peroration; is that philosophy deals not so much with the answers to questions about Man and the Universe as with the problem of what questions may properly be asked.
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Edmund Crispin was first and foremost a composer and he seems to have viewed his mystery novels as an amusing hobby, but .
Edmund Crispin was first and foremost a composer and he seems to have viewed his mystery novels as an amusing hobby, but those of us who love witty, well-written mysteries cherish his nine books featuring Oxford Professor Gervase Fen. Not only was Crispin unusually literate, he also stands out because he stuck with one detective in all of his novels and most of his short stories. Though I'm a fan of Edmund Crispin, I approached "Fen Country" with lowered expectations: a posthumously published collection of stories that apparently didn't make the cut for "Beware of the Trains.
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Can you solve the case before Professor Fen? First-published posthumously in 1979, Fen Country is Edmund Crispin's second collection of short stories.
Dandelions, hearing aids, a blood-stained cat, a Leonardo drawing and a corpse with an alib. ust some of the unusual clues that Professor Gervase Fen and his friend Inspector Humbleby are confronted with in this sparkling collection of short mystery stories. Employing a skilful balance of ingenuity and humour, Crispin lays out all the clues. Can you solve the case before Professor Fen? First-published posthumously in 1979, Fen Country is Edmund Crispin's second collection of short stories. Thriller & Crime Historical Detectives Cosy Mysteries.
Author: Edmund Crispin
Category: Mystery and Thriller
Publisher: Amereon Ltd (June 1, 1940)
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