Tag Archives: Mary Stewart

Classic crime in the blogosphere – June 2014

A super busy month in classic crime fiction last month. So much good stuff that I’ve opted for my favoured ‘unusual suspects’ approach – highlighting posts selected from some non-crime blogs. Science-fiction author Adam Roberts currently blogs at Sibilant Fricative and this … Continue reading

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The last monthly wrap-up of 2013

Oh dear, not a very full reading month. Still, two strong crime contenders for book of the month. Mary Stewart’s My Brother Michael is a Greek-set thriller in which a romantic classics teacher gets involved in her new boyfriend’s treasure hunt … Continue reading

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Mary Stewart: My Brother Michael

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My Brother Michael Mary Stewart First published in the UK 1959, Hodder & Stoughton This edition Hodder, 2011 ISBN: 9781444711233 356 pages Source: Norwich Millennium Library Camilla Haven is a 25-year-old Latin teacher on a one-woman pilgrimage to the sites of … Continue reading

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Mary Stewart: Nine Coaches Waiting

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Nine Coaches Waiting Mary Stewart First published in the UK 1958, Hodder and Stoughton This edition 1992, Coronet Books ISBN: 0340014393 317 pages Score 3/5 Hmm. Mary Stewart. Turns up twice in the CWA Top 100 (as often as Rendell, McBain … Continue reading

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