Assassins at Ospreys - R. T. Raichev Reviews
Description:ISBN 1410417077 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: R. T. Raichev / Edition: Lrg / Paperback / 351 Pages / Book is published 2009-08-19 ... more
Newest Review: ... on the offer and the books mystery begins in earnest. In truth the book, though Antonia is the main character she's not the ... more
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R. T. Raichev Assassins at Ospreys (Raichev Country House)
Pages: 224, Hardcover, Constable Crime
Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
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by - written on 09/06/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Assassins at Ospreys is a country house murder mystery written by English author R.T. Raichev and features a murder mystery writer called Antonia. This is the third novel in the series but the first I'd actually read, the book takes a stab at taking the average murder mystery and turning it into something more cerebral and complicated. Antonia is now a relatively famous murder mystery writer and at a book signing event she meets two rather sinister fans, the invalid called Goldilocks and her menacing nurse Ingrid. They claim to be Antonia's biggest fans and invite and her husband to visit them at the home, Antonia decides to take them up on the offer and the ... Read the complete review
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