Book Reviews of Dancers in Mourning (Albert Campion, Bk 9)

Dancers in Mourning (Albert Campion, Bk 9)
Dancers in Mourning - Albert Campion, Bk 9
Author: Margery Allingham
ISBN-13: 9780553238808
ISBN-10: 0553238809
Publication Date: 12/1/1983
Pages: 272
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Crimeline
Book Type: Paperback
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CONFIDENTIAL INVESTIGATOR - ALBERT CAMPTON
A tall, thin man with overly large spectacles, he is deceptively unobtrusive when tracking down a killer and uncannily capable of predicting the deadly twists of a criminal's mind. He is unquestionably a gentleman, but even Lugg, his dauntless valet, and his friends at Scotland Yard don't know all the secrets in Campion's past-- or the confidential cases he has covertly solved while in His Majesty's Service.

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Albert Campion fans will love this one and learn something about the English theater.
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Another great Allingham book. It's amazing how she keeps you guessing "who done it." I couldn't put it down.
"Nasty pranks were being played on dancer Jimmy Sutane, star of London's Argosy Theatre. They began backstage as tuppenny-ha'penny squirts of malice. They became a pound's worth of trouble when they spread to the Sutanes' country estate. Someone wanted Jimmy's famous feet to tap their final performance."