Scales of Justice: Roderick Alleyn Series, Book 18
A country Eden blooms with murder Swevenings village is pretty as a picture, but its secrets are ugly; and its gentry dread the publication of Sir Harold Lacklander's memoirs. When one of them is murdered, Inspector Roderick Alleyn's investigation takes him through petty vendettas, an ex-commander's blend of whiskey and archery, and cocktails on the lawn with a femme fatale. But the motive he's angling for lies even deeper than the trout stream beneath the rustic bridge...
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|Grouping Title||scales of justice|
|Grouping Author||marsh ngaio|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-11-10 22:43:39PM|
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|display_description||Of all the books in the Alleyn series, Scales of Justice is most powerfully reminiscent of Agatha Christie, with its setting in an almost unspeakably charming little English village, and its cast of inbred aristocrats. When one of the aristos turns up dead next to the local trout-stream – with, in fact, a trout at his side – everyone is dreadfully upset, of course, but really, just a tad irritated as well: Murder is so awfully messy. Thank gawd that nice Inspector Alleyn – not really one of us, you know, but not terribly wide of the mark – is on hand to clear things up. Though one could wish that he didn't feel compelled to ask quite so many questions.|
|series||Roderick Alleyn mysteries|
|series_with_volume||Roderick Alleyn mysteries|18|
|title_display||Scales of Justice|
|title_full||Scales of Justice Roderick Alleyn Series, Book 18|
|title_short||Scales of Justice|
|title_sub||Roderick Alleyn Series, Book 18|