Change for the Worse

Change for the Worse

Elizabeth Lemarchand / Aug 23, 2019

Change for the Worse Inspector Tom Pollard investigates the murder of the caretake of a stately manor The Mystery Lover s Companion Art Bourgeau

  • Title: Change for the Worse
  • Author: Elizabeth Lemarchand
  • ISBN: 9780802730282
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • Inspector Tom Pollard investigates the murder of the caretake of a stately manor The Mystery Lover s Companion, Art Bourgeau

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    1. This was a very difficult book to rate because although I liked all the outward trappings: British mystery, good characterization, excellent country-side setting and a map, I didn't enjoy finding that the murder/theft crime was far more improbable than the solution of it! The premise behind the crime was so weak as to be unbelievable, even given liberal literary license. It spoiled the whole book for me. I much preferred the far more satisfactory conclusion I came up with, based on the presented [...]


    2. "An unpretentious country art exhibit turns into a frightening episode of theft, murder and blackmail in this classic puzzler set in an affluent English farming village. What is the secret Katharine Ridley is keeping from her granddaughter? And what does it have to do with the death of popular Francis Peck, the Heritage Trust caretaker at Fairlynch, former manor of the Ridleys?"The Yard's Detective Chief Superintendent Tom Pollard and Inspctor Toye are hard put to unravel the tangled doings amon [...]


    3. My last book about Pollard and Toy. These police procedurals have been good fun. I especially liked the ending of this one. Lemarchand surprised me this time.I got these from a friend a year or so ago. I had four entertaining tales by an author I knew nothing about. Apparently Lemarchand took up writing when she was 57 and continued to write until she died at 82. I guess there is hope for those of us still growing up.If you like cosy mysteries with police and little blood, I highly recommend thi [...]


    4. This was a solid British cozy, from the late '70s early '80s - the corpse isn't gruesome, everyone is very polite, and there's a slight dash of romance. Reminiscent of Ngaio Marsh or Margery Allingham.



    5. A very good example of the English manor house mysteries. Scotland yard inspectors Pollard and Toy face a murder and robbery with plenty of suspects but no obvious motives.



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