9781631941443

Murder Fantastical Inspector Tibbett #7

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  • ISBN13:

    9781631941443

  • ISBN10:

    1631941445

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-05-25
  • Publisher: Felony & Mayhem

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Summary

Think the Country-House Murder is a relic of the 1930s? Think again, and say hello to the Manciples, exactly the kind of eccentric family you'd like to see lording it over your little English village. Sadly, the Manciples' day as lords of the manor may be winding down: A certain Mr. Mason – a local bookie who appears to have made some very good bets – wants to buy the Manciple estate, and he won't take no for an answer, despite their lack of interest in selling. So it's a matter of some suspicion when Mason is found in the Manciples' driveway with a bullet in his head.

Like all the best small-town coppers everywhere, the village bobby is befuddled, calls on Scotland Yard, and is (mostly) gratified to be gifted with Inspector Henry Tibbett. Henry, though, is a little less than delighted to find himself saddled with a case that opens with an old man solemnly intoning “bang-bang,” goes on to the mysteries of the Bishop of Bugololand, and finishes with an inquiry into just what the family was up to in Africa, lo these many years ago.

Author Biography

Patricia Moyes (1923-2000) was a British mystery writer best known for her “Henry Tibbet” series of old-fashioned mysteries. During WWII Moyes joined the Royal Air Force and became a radar operator and flight officer. Subsequently, she worked as assistant to actor and director Peter Ustinov, with whom she collaborated on a film script. She also spent some years as assistant editor for British Vogue. A cat lover, Moyes wrote two books about cats.

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