Ys Mitchell I thoroughly njoyed this book although I don t consider it by any means one #OF HER BEST THREE AND A HALF STARS WOULD #her best Three and a half stars would been fairerThe plot was I think a bit over complicated with red herrings all over the shop The xplanation at the nd by Mrs B seemed to go on for ver and was uite confusingHowever her characters are so well drawn that you feel that you know them Her style has that hint of wit that makes it
So Attractive Mrs Bradley Herself attractive Mrs Bradley herself a masterpiec. The last thing they xpect is for three mysterious corpses to appear in their midst on the same gloomy night.
review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or Book Ð Gladys MitchellMurders most foul in the arly days of the Phony War but Mrs Bradley is on #THE CASEFULL REVIEW TO FOLLOW GOOD #caseFull review to follow Good fails in the xecution Full review at classicmysterywordpresscom Good read but a bit convuluted at the nd Apparently Gladys Mitchell was very
embarrassed by this book set at the start of the War and tried to suppress it I actually thoughtby this book set at the start of the War and tried to suppress it I actually thought much stronger in terms of plot character and interest than the Devil at Saxon s Wall which I finished immediatel. It is the arly months of the Second World War and the inhabitants of the provincial town of Willington are .
Y before reading Brazen Tongue but I can see how the characters cavalier approach to petrol rationing would be mbarrassing as the war progressed and supplies became strained To modern readers I think that aspect only nhances the interest of the story It s one of the most interesting things about Mitchell I think There #s some of the pre war arrogance casual racism and not just one lunatic but two rather twisty mystery loads of #some of
pre war arrogance racism and not just one lunatic but two rather twisty mystery loads of herrings along the way As a fan of Glad. Ust coming to terms with the idea of petrol shortages rationing occasional air raid warnings and the blackout. .The Pre War Arrogance