The Private Face of Murder

The Private Face of Murder Inspector Borgas makes his second appearance Better Off Dead p and again there is a hint of blackmail connected with two seemingly accidental deaths Audrey de Lamplew was an ex actor ex alco

  • Title: The Private Face of Murder
  • Author: John Bonett Emery Bonett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Inspector Borgas makes his second appearance Better Off Dead 1964 p 326 and again there is a hint of blackmail connected with two seemingly accidental deaths Audrey de Lamplew was an ex actor, ex alcoholic who had turned to working Deals in Real Estate and who had a strange hook up with his tape recorder Mrs Linda Huntingdon had been beautiful, bored and lonely.Inspector Borgas makes his second appearance Better Off Dead 1964 p 326 and again there is a hint of blackmail connected with two seemingly accidental deaths Audrey de Lamplew was an ex actor, ex alcoholic who had turned to working Deals in Real Estate and who had a strange hook up with his tape recorder Mrs Linda Huntingdon had been beautiful, bored and lonely Her target was Kenneth Blacksall, devoted husband and father But all is not as cut and dried as the Spanish landscape Kirkus Reviews

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    1. Linda Huntingdon is beautiful, vapid and extremely  bored - but she isn’t smart enough to target someone other than her neighbor’s husband.  Her death appears to be an accident, but aspects are suspicious, and alcoholic former actor Aubrey de Lamplugh sees an opportunity to profit.  He dies not long after, crushed in a landslide which definitely looks like murder.  Suspicion natural falls on Kenneth, a man who once fell for Linda’s charms.  The case is given to Inspector Borges, who r [...]

    2. A classic mystery story with a very charming 50s atmosphere. Set in a small village (in sunny Catalonia) inhabited by colourful expats, the story is a classic whodunit, with a fantastic Inspector Borges as Spanish crime solver.Great!

    3. The author uses the first half of the book to create a most believable atmosphere and group of ex-pat Brits settled in Spain. The detective, Inspector Borges, does not appear until halfway through the story. A calm, softly spoken hero, a fair judge of character, who doggedly pursues the truth. A Good Read. Published 1966.

    4. Patience vengeanceA who done it inside a closed community where few had motive, opportunity, or means. Great character development, descriptive scenes and local color. Recommend this book for mystery readers.

    5. GoodI liked that it was in another country. Good mystery and good detective. Country description was colorful. Good resolution to the crime. The end.

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