Lord Francis Powerscourt 9: Death of a Wine Merchant - David Dickinson Reviews
Description:ISBN 1849015929 / Genre: Crime - Thriller / Author: David Dickinson / ISBN: 1849015929 / Publication Date: 2011 / Publisher: Robinson ... more
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Death of a Wine Merchant is the 8th book in the Lord Powerscourt crime fiction series, it was written by David Dickinson (no not that one but an educated Oxford lecturer). The book is about the murder of a wine merchant at his daughter's marriage, just after the marriage a shot rings out and the bride's father Randolph Colville is found dead of a gunshot with his brother Cosmo sat in a chair holding a smoking gun. Cosmo is being defended by Charles Pugh who asked his friend Lord Powerscourt to investigate the murder; the murder is set in the early years of the twentieth century. From the beginning I was concerned that this novel would pan out to be a terrible ... Read the complete review
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