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The devil in Merrivale

Jackie Griffey

The devil in Merrivale

a Cas Larkin mystery

by Jackie Griffey

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Published by Zumaya Enigma in Austin, TX .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJackie Griffey
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3607.R544 D48 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24463190M
ISBN 109781934841846, 9781934841853
LC Control Number2009051029

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  When the little girl is found dead it may be that Dotty Jim is a murderous devil after all. INNOVATIONS: Devil by the Sea is a dark and brooding story accented by religious beliefs that act as an insidious influence on all of the characters. The only music and songs that appear in the book are hymns or lugubrious folk tunes.   While Carr's solutions are clever, these mysteries were written in the s to s, so there may be an occasional clue that doesn't hold up in today's CSI era. Though some will disagree, Carr's most most entertaining mysteries are those that feature Sir Henry Merrivale (written under the name Carter Dickson)/5(4).


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The first in a new mystery series, The Devil in Merrivale will send readers racing from the first page to the last and yearning for the next. With a well drawn out plot, likable characters, an excellent setting and even better dialog, Jackie Griffen casts a devilish spell as she weaves an engrossing and impossible to put down tale of mystery, mayhem and dark rituals, 4/5(4).

The first in a new mystery series, The Devil in Merrivale will send readers racing from the first page to the last and yearning for the next.

With a well drawn out plot, likable characters, an excellent setting and even better dialog, Jackie Griffen casts a devilish spell as she weaves an engrossing and impossible to put down tale of mystery, mayhem and dark rituals, /5.

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The Devil in Velvet () Hardcover Paperback Kindle: The Nine Wrong Answers () The Plague Court Murders is the first book of the Sir Merrivale series. Once Dean Halliday became convinced that the malevolent ghost of Lois Playge was haunting his family estate in London he invited Detective Inspector Masters and Ken Bates to investigate.Dartmoor is known for its tors – hills topped with outcrops of bedrock, which in granite country such as this are usually rounded boulder-like formations.

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