Death at the President's Lodging - Michael Innes Reviews
Description:ISBN 1842327321 / Author: Michael Innes / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Inspector Appleby is called to St Anthony's College, where the President has been murdered in his Lodging. Scandal abounds when it becomes clear that the only people with any motive to murder him are the only ... more
Death at the President's Lodging - Michael Innes ... people who had the opportunity - because the President's Lodging opens off Orchard Ground, which is locked at night, and only the Fellows of the College have keys... 'REVIEW: 'It is quite the most accomplished first crime novel that I have read...all first-rate entertainment' (Cecil Day Lewis, Daily Telegraph) AUTHBIO: John Innes Mackintosh Stewart was born in Edinburgh, educated at Oxford, and taught English in universities all over the world. His scholarly career includes successful works on Rudyard Kipling and Thomas Hardy, but he is better known as mystery writer Michael Innes, whose legendary character, Inspector John Appleby, inspired a lasting vogue for donnish detective fiction.
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