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Murder on the Moor: Bk. 4: A Rex Graves Mystery (Rex Graves Mysteries) (edition 2011)

by C.S. Challinor

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Title:Murder on the Moor: Bk. 4: A Rex Graves Mystery (Rex Graves Mysteries)
Authors:C.S. Challinor
Info:Midnight Ink (2011), Paperback, 216 pages
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Murder on the Moor (A Rex Graves Mystery) by C.S. Challinor

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This novel was so engrossing that I read it in only two sittings. Mr Rex Graves owner of the lodge and a Scottish barrister was almost as good as Hercule Poirot. The cast of characters are marvelous as is the storyline, so true to life.

I would recommend this English cozy to anyone who loves cozies. ( )
  druidgirl | Sep 18, 2012 |
Adequate read but nothing special ( )
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From Publishers Weekly: "Scottish barrister Rex and his girlfriend, Helen D'Arcy, are preparing for a party at Gleneagle Lodge, Rex's Victorian estate on Loch Lochy, home to a reputed sea monster, possibly kin to Loch Ness's Nessie. Guests include the local hotelier, Hamish Allerdice, and his wife and two children; Rex's barrister friend, Alistair Frazer; freelance journalist Rob Roy Beardsley; snobby Cuthbert and Estelle Farquharson; and a surprise visitor, Moira Wilcox, Rex's former girlfriend. Meanwhile, a serial killer of young girls is on the loose on nearby Rannoch Moor. The efficient plot thickens after a storm strands the guests overnight and a drowned body surfaces in Rex's loch. Traditional mystery fans will appreciate the retro Agatha Christie style."
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When barrister Rex Graves invites a group of friends to Gleneagle Lodge, he doesn't anticipate the arrival of an old flame--much less a dead body or serial killer. Rex's houseguest and colleague Alistair, who recently made an unsuccessful attempt to convict a man for the notorious Moor Murders, now finds himself under the same roof as the killer. Rex must use his skills of intellect, observation and logic to save Alistair's career and bring the murderer to justice.… (more)

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