Mixing With Murder - Ann Granger Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755320417 / Author: Anne Granger / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Fran Varady isn't keen to help seedy club owner Mickey Allerton track ... more
Mixing With Murder - Ann Granger ... down Lisa, a dancer who's done a bunk. But since Mickey's holding Fran's dog Bonnie hostage till the job's done, she doesn't have much choice. She quickly locates Lisa and they arrange to meet - but when Fran gets there early, the first thing she sees is a body floating in the river. It's Ivo, one of Mickey's nastier bouncers. If Lisa wasn't terrified already, she is when she gets this news, and Fran finds herself tom between helping the frightened girl and doing Mickey's bidding. And it's all about to get a lot more complicated.
Newest Review: ... well thought out story. It was not a classic page-turner maybe but it had a story that was quite different to any I have read ... more
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by - written on 28/02/09 (Very useful, 355 readings)
=== Background: === I was freezing the other day looking round the local Car Boot Sale when I discovered this book. It was in a large box of unwanted and generally tatty novels, and while fishing around in it I pulled out this one. I read the introduction and was impressed and when the seller told me I could have it for just 10p I knew I was onto a winner. === About the author: === Ann Granger has been writing suspense/thriller novels for many years. In that time she has built up a moderate fan base. The book I am reviewing features Fran Varady as a Private Investigator. The author was born in 1939 and had travelled extensively and worked ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/07 (Very useful, 134 readings)
Fran Varady, amateur sleuth, is minding her own business one day when she is given a task by club owner Mickey Allerton. Fran is reluctant to take the work - finding a missing dancer, Lisa, from Mickey's club - but she is forced into it when Mickey dognaps her dog, promising he will return it once she has found the girl in question. Annoyed, Fran goes to Oxford where Lisa's family are based and eventually manages to track down Lisa, who is not pleased to see her and refuses to return with her to London. Knowing that she will not get her dog back without some kind of progress on the Lisa front, Fran refuses to give up and keeps pressing Lisa for her ... Read the complete review
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