Mr. Campion’s final adventure points (like so many good mysteries) to the past, as first an archeologist is murdered and then a geologist disappears. The latter has a motley crew of friends, all ham-handedly eager to help. Mr. Campion with his inquiries, and there’s also a supremely dastardly villain on hand. It’s a pity to say farewell to the estimable Albert, but he leaves on a high note indeed
|Publisher:||Felony & Mayhem, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
After Margery Allingham's death in 1966, her husband, Philip Youngman Carter continued the Albert Campion mystery series. He completed Allingham's Cargo of Eagles (1968) and then wrote two Campion novels of his own, Mr. Campion's Farthing (1969), said to be based on an idea of Allingham's, and Mr. Campion's Falcon (1970).