Item description for Written in Blood (Felony & Mayhem Mysteries) by Caroline Graham...
Overview The Midsomer Worthy's Writer's Circle is has never had much luck in attracting guest speakers. Consequently, there is much surprise (and, in the case of the Circle's secretary, Gerald Hadleigh, a furious, inexplicable objection) when bestselling novelist Max Jennings accepts their invitation. Surprise turns into a variety of responses when Hadleigh is found dead the morning after Jennings' visitation. Chief Inspector Barnaby, called in to investigate, soon determines that the key to solving the murder lies with Jennings, who has subsequently disappeared.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 5.5" Height: 7.5" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date Nov 15, 2007
Publisher Felony & Mayhem
ISBN 1933397837 ISBN13 9781933397832
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More About Caroline Graham
Caroline Graham lives in Suffolk, England. She has an M.A. in writing for the theater and has written several plays for both radio and theater, as well as the Chief Inspector Barnaby novels, which have been adapted for television..
Caroline Graham was born in 1931.
Caroline Graham has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Written in Blood (Felony & Mayhem Mysteries)?
These are wonderful Feb 27, 2008
Caroline Graham is a wonderful author and makes the English countryside come to life. Or death as it is for someone in all her books. She's a great read!
Good Read Feb 12, 2008
I love the books by Caroline Graham. I like all the books on which the Midsomer Murder series are based.
Another classic from the best living writer of English mysteries Jan 2, 2007
Caroline Graham has never let me down. I'd put this book right up alongside "The Killings at Badgers Drift" as the best of a brilliant series. A reviewer thinks the loathsome Brian got too much print, but I loved every word of it. I've known men like him and I just knew he was going to get his in the end, and what a beautiful ending it is. It's hard to recommend one Graham mystery over another but don't miss this one.
A Good Puzzle, but faintly depressing. Dec 23, 2002
I am a big fan of Caroline Graham, and I love her characters - Barnaby and Troy. This book has a pretty good puzzle. Some of the characters were quite well drawn, but I found the book faintly depressing. I wonder if the whole side bar with Brian was really necessary to the story? I found that part of the book quite distasteful actually. There comes a time when storylines like that one can be thought of as sensationalizing since they do not really add to the story. But other than that I enjoyed this book. The dust jacket says that Caroline Graham shows humour and pathos in her stories, and I think that is really true. Barnaby is a really appealing main character, and I want to continue to read in order to get to know him better.
Written In Blood Apr 19, 2001
I have loved Caroline Graham's books for some time now and I think this is her best. The characters are expertly drawn; Graham has a way of making you feel as if you are in amongst them and yet watching from a safe distance. The roller coaster ending was a complete surprise to me and I highly recommend this book to mystery readers.