Only A Matter Of Time

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  • Title: Only A Matter Of Time
  • Author: V.C. Clinton-Baddeley
  • ISBN: 9780099083603
  • Page: 226
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    About "V.C. Clinton-Baddeley"

    1. V.C. Clinton-Baddeley

      V ictor Vaughan Reynolds Geraint C linton Clinton Baddeley was born in Devon, England He received an M.A in history from Jesus College, Cambridge For a time he was editor of the modern history section of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, but soon turned to theatre and acting and then to radio, where he worked with W B Yeats as his poetry reader His previous writings include works of literary and theatre research, pantomimes, operettas, and plays.

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    1. Dr. R. V. Davie, professor of poetry and sometime amateur detective, has come to Kings Lacey for its annual festival featuring a bit of opera, a bit of jazz-inspired poetry (or is that poetry-inspired jazz), and a bit of madrigal singing. He didn't expect to land himself in the middle of a bit of murder as well. But on the Friday afternoon, the directors of Bexminster Electronics gathered for a top-secret meeting to discuss the dates for the roll-out of their next electronic masterpiece. By Satu [...]


    2. Dr R V Davie - academic and opera lover - visits Kings Lacy for its annual music festival and of course stumbles across two bodies. As he happens to have been one of the last people to see one of the dead men alive he becomes involved in the murder investigation. It seems there are rather a lot of odd goings on in the area which he attempts to put together and, as it were, join up the dots.This is an entertaining gentle crime story - in spite of the murders. It is well written and there is a fai [...]


    3. Elderly Cambridge don Dr. Davie enjoys the annual Bexminister music festival, but this year he finds the body of an acquaintance, obviously murdered. He's no more than a bystander, of course, but can't help wondering how that body is related to another dead man who is found nearby. Delightful though improbable.



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