Blotto, Twinks and the Ex-King's Daughter - Simon Brett Reviews
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Newest Review: ... dim, very patriotic and a parody on the mindless upper class twit who'se only loves are hunting and cricket, Twinks is a very ... more
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Pages: 192, Hardcover, Constable
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by - written on 22/02/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Blotto, Twinks and the Ex-Kings Daughter is a murder mystery by English writer Simon Brett, it is set in a country house in England and the fictional European country of Mitteleuropia. Simon Brett is an English author who is best known for writing murder mysteries which explore the neurosis and concerns of the English middle classes. He uses the murder as a tool to explore the latest concern for those who are reasonably well off but are full of prejudices and bigotry. He is best known for his Fethering and Mrs. Pargeter series of books and they feature strong middle aged women who tend to stumble across dead bodies and then go and investigate, each murder ... Read the complete review
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