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Murder from the Newsdesk
Seven Crampton of the Chronicle mystery stories
By Peter Bartram
Join Colin Crampton, ace crime reporter on the Evening Chronicle in 1960s Brighton, in seven more cozy crime mysteries.
The Mystery of the African Charity: Amateur sleuth Colin discovers greed – and a murder mystery – behind what looks like a good deed.
The Mystery of the Two Suitcases: Colin interrupts a romantic Valentine’s date with girlfriend Shirley Goldsmith to unravel a case where love will find a way.
The Mystery of the Single Red Sock: Colin’s act of heroism plunges him into the hunt for one of the most violent criminals he’s ever confronted.
The Mystery at the Beauregard Hotel: Colin investigates when two guests disappear unexpectedly in this humorous crime mystery.
The Mystery of the Precious Princess: Colin finds that it’s not only a dog’s life for the canines up at the Greyhound Racing stadium.
The Mystery of the Clothes on the Beach: in another cozy crime story, a local fisherman helps Colin land a surprising catch.
The Mystery of the Phantom Santa: Colin uncovers more than he bargained for when he goes in search of a front-page crime story with a Christmas theme.
This book of cozy mystery stories will keep you smiling to the very last page.
- File Size: 1287 KB
- Print Length: 71 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Bartram Partnership (April 25, 2016)
- Publication Date: April 25, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01ETJPIDG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- X-Ray: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Fun, quirky collection of short stories.
This is actually a collection of short stories that all involve the escapades of a crime correspondent on a newspaper. Readers get to follow along as Colin Crampton tells the tales of some quirky stories he has covered while doing his job. The stories are quick, fun reads and I think readers will enjoy all of them,
EHow can you laugh so hard at murder?
I haven’t enjoyed this kind of story in ages. While I don’t speak English slang of the 60’s, it was easy enough to follow, and both the delightful twists and only in England type takes were a real treat. Some are long, some shorter, all a delight.
Murder From The Newsdesk
This book was well written, and tells a variety of seven different stories. I found each story interesting, and each one told had a different type of dialogue with a variety of people and characters in them.
Another great book!
I don’t typically like short stories but having read another book by Peter Bartram, I had to read this one. I am glad I did! Told in his usual dry wit, the stories comes alive and I wished they were longer!
Newsman Solves Crimes
While looking for a good crime story, journalist continually stumbles on tips that lead to both a good story and arrest. Written like short newspaper articles, each chapter is a complete story.
Better watch the news!!
Quirky tales of a newspaper crime reporter & how he acquires some of his information to solve crime mysteries while also reporting the news.
a good read.
Nicely developed characters. fairly straight forward story line. easy reading because of the short story format. Simple anecdotal approach for the subject.
A good ‘take me away’ book. There were several extra short stories included, and I enjoyed each of them. Enjoy.
This book of short stories is a fun and interesting read. iIt is as much fun as agitha’s shorts were.