The Oxford Despoiler: And Other Mysteries from the Casebook of Henry St Liver

The Oxford Despoiler: And Other Mysteries from the Casebook of Henry St Liver

by Gary Dexter
     
 

“Britain’s best parodist.”—Michael Bywater

Tall, rake-thin, and copiously moustachioed, Henry St Liver is at first glance not an impressive specimen. But the moment he is confronted with a mystery to solve—one with a risqué element—he is transformed into a positive genius of detection and decision.

Overview

“Britain’s best parodist.”—Michael Bywater

Tall, rake-thin, and copiously moustachioed, Henry St Liver is at first glance not an impressive specimen. But the moment he is confronted with a mystery to solve—one with a risqué element—he is transformed into a positive genius of detection and decision.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781905847884
Publisher:
Old Street Publishing, Ltd
Publication date:
11/01/2009
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
5.60(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range:
14 Years

Meet the Author

Gary Dexter is a bona fide expert on Victorian attitudes to sex. He is also a columnist for the Guardian, The Times and the Spectator. His first book WHY NOT CATCH 21? was first published in 2007 and widely praised.

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