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The Unfinished Clue
     

The Unfinished Clue

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by Georgette Heyer
 

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A houseful of people he loathes is not Sir Arthur's worst problem?

It should have been a lovely English country-house weekend. But the unfortunate guest-list is enough to exasperate a saint, and the host, Sir Arthur Billington-Smith, is an abusive wretch hated by everyone from his disinherited son to his wife's stoic would-be lover. When Sir Arthur is

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Unfinished Clue 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
DZupko More than 1 year ago
I try to read writers from the past - if anything to see how nothing changes. I just ran across this author at a local B&N store and picked this up. Loved the story, loved the writing - mystery, smart conversation and a little romance thrown in. Some current authors I can always guess "who did it" - I thought I knew with this one - - but was wrong. Loved it. I promptly bought the other two mysteries of hers that were currently available.
lhawkblue More than 1 year ago
I am a Georgette Heyer fan from way back and wish she had written more mysteries. The book has a good plot, a likable detective and lots of interesting characters - much like real life. The only thing I didn't give a high rating to was the book cover which doesn't really match the story line very well. The read is the important thing though and it is great!
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Traditional who d Traditional cozy British country house murder mystery
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Very enjoyable "murder in the country manor house" mystery. The characters were interesting, the dialogue fun, and i did not guess the murderer, yet it made sense. I would recommend for fans of the genre.
Membari1 More than 1 year ago
This book was a treat!!!! Short, witty and with an ending I DID NOT see coming!!!! Georgette Heyer is a new authorial find for me, and as a Christie and Doyle fan, I find her writing at their level!!! Cannot wait to read more!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
English country manor murder mystery written in 1934, along the lines of Agatha Christie. A “gentleman” inspector from Scotland Yard is called in to investigate a murder where most of the house guests had their motives. Engaging characters, twisting plot, and a romance. A good, cozy read. I always find it interesting to read books written during earlier time periods: so many different attitudes, and yet so much that remains the same.
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