Murder Can't Wait

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  • Title: Murder Can't Wait
  • Author: Richard Lockridge
  • ISBN: 9781560540267
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Hardcover
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      Published :2021-02-04T11:58:23+00:00

    About "Richard Lockridge"

    1. Richard Lockridge

      An American writer of detective fiction, Richard Lockridge s frequent collaborator was his wife Frances Lockridge, who co wrote the Mr and Mrs North mystery series.

    302 thoughts on “Murder Can't Wait”

    1. Not Mr. & Mrs. North, but still a cop with a longing to get back home to the 'real world' of NYC and take the little wife to dinner. In the meantime, he's stuck in the countryside, of all places, trying to solve a murder about the rigging of college football. I had a pretty good idea who the culprit was as soon as I saw the Christmas card, and the panicked pair ratting each other out at the end didn't really add anything to the mystery. Plus the issue of who tried to rig the college football [...]

    2. A young handsome lawyer is shot many times in his home. Which is sad cause his only living relative, a brother is dying of leukemia. Was it a hit man to keep the racket involving fixed college games hushed up, or was it an angry lover?In the end Heimrich must sift through all sorts of information but true and false to get to the bottom of the truth. This book is dedicated to Frances (who was his writing partner and wife she died a year or two before this book was published. It is the first book [...]

    3. This book is, as is kind of usual for me, a murder mystery. In the opening, a man, who was supposed to turn over evidence to the attorney general in a bribery scandal is found dead in his home. The investigation spans several avenues, and the plot thickens, when the first victim's brother is also found dead of a sleeping pill overdose. I suspected who the murders were, but there was enough evidence for the other theories that I kept guessing. Overall, it was a good book. Not an Agatha Chirstie o [...]

    4. This book was written in 1964 and is a very good read. This is a book that can be read over repeatedly. And the more books you read you get to know the characters, which is a nice connection.

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