Blotto, Twinks and the Dead Dowager Duchess - Simon Brett Reviews
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by - written on 27/04/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Blotto, Twinks, and the Dead Dowager Duchess is a novel by English crime writer Simon Brett, it is a book poking fun at the classic Agatha Christie style closed house whodunit. Simon Brett Simon Brett is an English author who writes almost exclusively in the murder mystery genre, he usually focuses on the foibles and problems inherent in the English middle classes. His most famous series are the Mrs. Pargeter and Fethering series and is I suspect the author I've reviewed the most often on Dooyoo. Blotto, Twinks are the characters he has used to satirise the classic Thirties murder mysteries in it he uses the two characters to poke gentle fun at the ... Read the complete review
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