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by Jeanne M Dams

  • Author: Jeanne M Dams
  • ISBN: 072788185X
  • ISBN13: 978-0727881854
  • ePub: 1377 kb | FB2: 1198 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Mystery
  • Publisher: Severn House Publishers (October 1, 2012)
  • Pages: 224
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 634
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Corpse of St James (A Dorothy Martin Mystery) ePub download

Corpse of St James (A Do. .has been added to your Cart. Jeanne M. Dams, an American, is a devout Anglophile who has wished she could live in England ever since her first visit in 1963.

Corpse of St James (A Do. Fortunately, her alter ego, Dorothy Martin, can do just that. Jeanne lives in South Bend, Indiana, with a varying population of cats.

In Jeanne Dam's latest mystery, The Corpse of St. James, ex-pat Dorothy Martin, retired schoolteacher, and her husband, retired chief constable Alan Nesbitt, attend a ceremony at Buckingham Palace honoring one of Alan's proteges, Jonathan Quinn, who is to receive the George Cross. While walking in the park across the street from the palace, they discover the body of a young woman.

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The latest for Dorothy is one of Dams' better mysteries, packed with the details sure to delight . Corpse of St James's, The (Dorothy Martin Mysteries). 3 people found this helpful.

Fans of British cozies will enjoy this one very much"-Booklist. Having read each book in the Dorothy Martin series, I would rank this book as the least appealing of the lot. The character, Dorothy Martin, has changed.

The Corpse of St. James's. A Dorothy Martin Mystery (Book 12). Jolly good read and fascinating bits of history thrown in to boot. how more. by Nikki on April 5, 2014. Corpse of St James's, The. by Jeanne M Dams. Rate it . You Rated it . 0.

351 pages (large print) ; 22 cm. Dorothy Martin and her husband, retired Chief Constable Alan Nesbitt, have just visited Buckingham Palace, where Alan was awarded the George Cross, when they and a friend. Dorothy Martin and her husband, retired Chief Constable Alan Nesbitt, have just visited Buckingham Palace, where Alan was awarded the George Cross, when they and a friend, retired Chief Inspector Jonathan Quinn, stumble across the body of a young girl hidden in St. James's Park. Wondering what led to the unfortunate girl's demise, Dorothy can't help but get involved in the case when Jonathan calls the next day and admits he knew who the victim was.

Author Jeanne M. 10. The Corpse of St James's. 10 10. Books by Jeanne M. Dams: The Evil That Men Do. 9, 10. Body in the Transept. Killing Cassidy. Smile And Be a Villain. Trouble in the Town Hall. Shadows of Death. Malice in Miniature. Murder At the Castle.

Jeanne M. Dams is an Indiana native. Her first Dorothy Martin mystery, The Body in the Transept, won the Agatha Award as Best First Mystery. A retired teacher, she has degrees from Perdue and Notre Dame, and lives in South Bend, IN. Библиографические данные. Winter of Discontent: A Dorothy Martin Mystery Dorothy Martin Mysteries (Том 9). Автор.

A Dorothy Martin Mystery. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data Dams, Jeanne M. The corpse of St James’s.

Dorothy Martin Mysteries (Paperback). Other books in this series. By (author) Jeanne M.

“Fans of Agatha Christie and Dorothy L. Sayers will enjoy this very traditional British cozy” Booklist - Dorothy Martin and her husband, retired Chief Constable Alan Nesbitt, have just visited Buckingham Palace, where Alan was awarded the George Cross, when they and a friend, retired Chief Inspector Jonathan Quinn, stumble across the body of a young girl hidden in St James’s Park. Wondering what led to the unfortunate girl’s demise, Dorothy can’t help but get involved in the case when Jonathan calls the next day and admits he knew who the victim was . . .

Ganthisc
Having read each book in the Dorothy Martin series, I would rank this book as the least appealing of the lot. The character, Dorothy Martin, has changed. She may have become slightly arrogant, or, perhaps a bit foolish - I cannot pinpoint the exact change, but it is not an endearing one. Consequently, the result is that the book is dull, repetitive, and, even though set in vibrant London, lacking local color.

I cannot recommend this book. If you haven't read earlier books in the series, try those. I am not sure I want to "visit" with Dorothy in the future by reading more of the current character's adventures; she is dull company.
Hamrl
LOVED IT

Great read, may be my fave so far.

I highly recommend this one, don't want to give away any parts of books, so will agree with book description

In this latest book in the series, Dorothy and Alan, along with a friend, Jonathan, a disabled detective, work together on solving this crime.

Nice cozy and I look forward to next one in this series (hoping Jeanne will be writing more)

Corpse of St James's, The (Dorothy Martin Mysteries)
HeonIc
I have read every one of her books and simply love them. I enjoy the characters, the interaction, and the description of various English sites and customs.
Jox
Was this really written by Jeanne Dams? It isn't any where near her old standards. I used to love her books, and I didn't even finish this one. It went so slowly, and seemed to repeat things said and ideas from older books. I wonder if she is using a ghost writer. There was a long break where she didn't write, and the ones written after the break all seem to be weaker than her earlier books.
Bloodfire
If you love London or would like to visit London, read this book. It is a mystery but it also acts as a travel book. Dorothy spends most of the novel in London and explains the history of each area as she hunts for the murderer. Dorothy is her usual self and of course her Inspector husband is by her side. You'll enjoy it!
Invissibale
She writes a good, easy readable English mystery. I am fond of her books.
jorik
Good
This book is part of a series about widowed American Dorothy Martin and new her English husband, a retired policeman, solving cases. A bit of history and atmosphere in the stories. Pleasant, quick reads. This is set around St James Palace, and while you can probably guess 'who done it'; there's a twist or two.
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