There’s a serial rapist on the loose in Cambridge (we’re talking inter-war period !)where Josephine Tey is taking care of her friend’s house. Meanwhile a body (apparently burried alive)is found in a London churchyard and certain clues are left with this victim .But as more bodies are discovered they all seem to lead to Cambridge, more precisely to King’s College and their famous choir.
Fact is, I never read anything by Josephine Tey but I liked the idea of having a real(crime)writer on the premises .The interaction between Miss Tey and a very gallant (and still smitten )inspector is adorable (not corny, not sugary,just from time to time awkward ).The mystery (a serial KILLER on the loose )is of a very sound quality. I,personally, enjoyed it. Who needs more…
3 thoughts on “Nine Lessons by Nicola Upson”
interesting Review. Nominated you for the Liebster and The Blue Sky Tag
Thank you!(as I’m completely new to all this,I haven’t the faintest idea what it is,but thanks all the same☺🐶🐺)
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They’re tags and awards given to you by your blogging peers. The one I nominated you for is easy. Write a thank you post and follow the rules in my post. My post will be put out by the end of the week. You put everything in 1 post.