The body on the beach. As the reputation of Hopwicke House grew, the hotel appeared increasingly in brochures targeted at the international rly the Americans.
The body on the beach. Soon the breakfast tables in the conservatory resounded to Californian enquiries as to what a kipper might be, or tentative Texan queries about the provenance of black pudding. The hotel was included in an increasing number of upmarket tours, and played its part in nurturing the delusion of wealthy Americans that England had been created by . Wodehouse and Agatha Christie.
This is one of the "Fethering" mysteries by Simon Brett, a British writer who I've read for probably four or five decades. I greatly prefer this series, which features two neighbors and almost-friends, to the ones about the perpetually drunk and irresponsible actor Charles Paris
This is one of the "Fethering" mysteries by Simon Brett, a British writer who I've read for probably four or five decades. I greatly prefer this series, which features two neighbors and almost-friends, to the ones about the perpetually drunk and irresponsible actor Charles Paris. The best of his books, however, are the ones about Mrs. Pargeter, the widow of a burglar. The book in question involves a death in a hotel owned by an old friend of Judith
Simon Brett's Fethering mysteries are well worth a read. I would say the "The hanging in the Hotel" is one of the best stories I have read so far. I like anything set in a hotel as it automatically means plenty of characters.
Simon Brett's Fethering mysteries are well worth a read. They are good well written yarns.
Simon Brett was born in Worcester Park, Surrey on October 28, 1945. He attended Dulwich College and then Wadham College, Oxford, where he studied English. Between 1967 and 1977, he was a producer with BBC Radio. He also spent a couple of years working for Thames Television. In 1975, he published his first 'Charles Paris' novel. By 1979, Brett had become a full-time writer. In 1986, he introduced another sleuth: Mrs Pargeter.
PRAISE FOR SIMON BRETT AND THE FETHERING MYSTERIES ‘A new Simon Brett is an event for mystery fans’ P. D. James ‘Murder . One of the wittiest crime writers around’. The hanging in the hotel. James ‘Murder most enjoyable. An author who never takes himself that. Simon Brett worked as a producer in radio and television before taking up writing full time. As well as the much-loved Fethering series, the Mrs Pargeter novels and the Charles Paris detective series, he is the author of the radio and television series After Henry, the radio series No Commitments and Smelling of Roses and the bestselling How to Be a Little Sod.
The Hopwicke Country House Hotel is to host an event for the all-male society, The Pillars of Sussex. Brett, the celebrated crime writer, delivers another light-hearted, suspense filled success' Daily Express. Books by Simon Brett.
The Hanging in the Hotel. The Hopwicke Country House Hotel is to host an event for the all-male society, The Pillars of Sussex. Jude helps out on the night, and in the early hours of the morning she watches with relief as the rowdy guests drag themselves to their beds. The next morning, one young solicitor is absent from breakfast. The Shooting in the Shop. Death Under the Dryer. The Stabbing in the Stables. Seddon, Carole (Fictitious character) - Fiction, Jude (Fictitious character : Brett) - Fiction, Women detectives - England - Fiction, Female friendship - Fiction, Retired women - Fiction, Hanging - Fiction, Hotels - Fiction, England - Fiction.
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Written by Simon Brett, Audiobook narrated by Geoffrey Howard. Simon Brett - always fun to listen to. By Sarah on 04-04-15. The Torso in the Town. Narrated by: Geoffrey Howard. Length: 8 hrs and 14 mins.