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by Margaret Yorke

  • Author: Margaret Yorke
  • ISBN: 0670817767
  • ISBN13: 978-0670817764
  • ePub: 1259 kb | FB2: 1385 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Mystery
  • Publisher: Viking Adult (October 30, 1987)
  • Pages: 239
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Evidence to Destroy (A Viking Novel of Mystery and Suspense) ePub download

Margaret Yorke was awarded the 1999 Cartier Diamond Dagger Award for her outstanding achievements in the field of. .

Margaret Yorke was awarded the 1999 Cartier Diamond Dagger Award for her outstanding achievements in the field of crime writing. From Publishers Weekly: Yorke's new book equals the best of her nearly 30 well-crafted thrillers involving sudden disturbances in placid English towns.

This is a classic British murder mystery set in a Kenya-like setting.

Ships from and sold by West Coast Bookseller. This is a classic British murder mystery set in a Kenya-like setting. She really conveys, perfectly, a sense of place. So this is a classic British mystery with a fantastic overlay of Huxley's sense of place as well as having characters who, based on my reading of British period works, seem to be very well delineated.

July 2000 : UK Paperback.

Margaret Yorke was an English crime fiction writer, real name Margaret Beda Nicholson. Her most recent novels are and Her five Patrick Grant books were reissued in paperback by House of Stratus in 2012. She was chairman of the Crime Writers Association in 1979-1980. She was awarded the 1999 CWA Cartier Diamond Dagger, and the 1982 Martin Beck Award from the Swedish Academy of Detection for The Scent of Fear.

Evidence to Destroy book. The main character, Lidia Cunningham, stirred little sympathy from me, as she seemed so emotionally stifled. Lidia implies that the choices that she made in her life were forced upon her by society. Perhaps this was true, but (without spoiling the plot) the background details provide flimsy motivation for the events that unfold.

Margaret Yorke was born Margaret Beda Larminie Nicholson in Surrey, but lived in Dublin until 1937, before . With No Medals for the Major published in 1974, she began writing novels of suspense, which include The Point of Murder, Serious Intent and Act of Violence

Margaret Yorke was born Margaret Beda Larminie Nicholson in Surrey, but lived in Dublin until 1937, before moving back to England. During the war, she served in the Woman's Royal Naval Service as a driver. She then worked in the libraries of two Oxford colleges, and was the first woman ever to work in Christ Church library. With No Medals for the Major published in 1974, she began writing novels of suspense, which include The Point of Murder, Serious Intent and Act of Violence. In 1982, she won the Swedish Academy Detection award for the best translated novel, The Scent of Fear. Her books are published in 16 countries.

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Writing a mystery novel involves creating suspense, actively involving the reader, using red herrings and more. Writing a mystery novel is challenging. It demands a keen sense for plot, characterization and creating suspense

Writing a mystery novel involves creating suspense, actively involving the reader, using red herrings and more. Learn how to write great mystery fiction. It demands a keen sense for plot, characterization and creating suspense. A story that actively engages readers in solving the mystery (or in trying to piece together the narrative threads) needs at least 7 elements: A strong hook. Active reader involvement in piecing together information.

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Margaret Yorke (30 January 1924 – 17 November 2012) was an English crime fiction writer, real name Margaret Beda Nicholson (née Larminie)  . Her most recent novels are A Case to Answer (2000) and Cause for Concern (2001)

Lydia Cunningham's daughter Thelma's arrival in Wilton St. Gabriel with Edward, a young man with a penchant for arson, unleashes events that reveal a long-hidden tale of illegitimacy and murder