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A Touch of Stagefright by Jocelyn Davey
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A Touch of Stagefright

by Jocelyn Davey

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Ambrose Usher is an appealing academic sleuth. He is an Oxford don who specializes in English Literature, while working on the side for the Foreign Office, primarily keeping an eye on the French and their international intentions. And although it is never elucidated, he is also apparently well known as someone with a facility for solving crimes. Though loquacious, he is also vivacious, enthusiastic, intelligent, witty, and thoughtful. Continued ( )
  apenguinaweek | Apr 30, 2012 |
quite funny. good characters. ( )
  mahallett | Sep 30, 2011 |
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