The Case of the Murdered Muckraker (A Daisy Dalrymple Mystery Book 10)

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While in New York, Daisy stays at the famed Hotel Chelsea, which is not only close to the Flatiron Building offices of Abroad magazine, where she'll be meeting with her editor, but home to many of New York's artists and writers. After her late-morning meeting, Daisy agrees to accompany her editor, Mr.

Thorwald, to lunch. But as they are leaving the offices, they hear a gunshot and see a man plummeting down an elevator shaft. The man killed was one of her fellow residents at the Hotel Chelsea, Otis Carmody, who was a journalist with no end of enemies - personal and professional - who would delight in his death. Again in the midst of a murder investigation, Daisy's search for the killer takes her to all levels of society - and even on a mad dash across the country - as she attempts to solve a puzzle that would baffle even Philo Vance himself.

The arrogant, stupid, bad tempered America cops where bad enough, but the high pitch whiny voices that only bats could hear made me want to scream. Plus the story is just not as interesting as some of the others.

This book was O. It never really caught my attention, Daisy has become annoying again and Alec, her Husband, just laps it up like her obedient hound. I just hope the next one up in the series is better. I love this series, but I am so tired of narrators who don't know how to pronounce words! Both this narrator and the previous one in the series need to read ahead and double-check words they don't know! If this one says pince nezz one more time in this book, instead of the proper pronunciation of pince-nez, I'm going to move on to another series.

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It was nice to have a story with a different setting, but several of the characters were horribly annoying to listen to. It wasn't so bad in text but the repeated 'oh dear's were incredibly annoying and in an oddly upper-midwestern accent the bumbling fledgling FBI agent was also grating to listen to. I would just read this one, rather than listen, tho it's hardly the fault of the narrator. I did 'find fault' with the plodding pace of dialogue for daisy's editor.

It just made him seem daft, not intelligent. The story was good, tho 'who-dun-it' was quite obvious to everyone even the characters early on. This one needed a few more red herrings, tho it was still enjoyable. It just wasn't really a mystery That's all I will say. The narrator, also, brought everyone to life with her personality catching voices An excellent read AND listen Thank you Ms Dunn for sharing you talent with us. This one is very good. I love the changes of scenery even if they are implausible. A lot of people didn't like the American accents, but that's OK.

A British woman is reading the book so I gave her a break. Flying was very dangerous in the 20's. In fact Bessie Coleman, one of the real people depicted in this book died after falling from her plane during an air show. Weather like was described in this book would have grounded both planes. Her voice inflections are spot on.

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The Case of the Murdered Muckraker: A Daisy Dalrymple Mystery

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be? He who lives by the pen shall die by the pen. Any additional comments? A noticed a few comments regarding the segment with Bessie Coleman. As Kate digs deeper, she soon discovers that vengeance takes many forms. Was the Maharajah's sacrilegious act of shooting a white doe to blame? Or are growing rumors of a political motive too powerful for Kate to discount?

One thing Kate is sure of: her own skills and insights. Qualities that she is sure will help her unravel a mysterious murder on that fateful summer's day. All of these factors collide when, the day after collecting donations, Eleanor and the vicar's wife find the dead body of a longhaired, scruffy-looking youth hidden in the stockroom of the charity shop. Then they discover that some donated jewelry thought to be fake is actually very real, very expensive, and the haul from a violent robbery in London.

Making matters more complex, the corpse found in the storeroom is apparently not one of the robbers. Carola Dunn's Manna from Hades is a confounding Cornish case of daring theft, doublecross, and a wily older woman confronted by a case of murder most foul. Eleanor Trewynn is a recently retired widow who has moved to the small village of Port Mabyn in Cornwall.

Neither frail nor retiring, after a lifetime of traveling the world, she's ready for an uneventful life with her dog and friends in this quiet town. Unfortunately, excitement seems to happen around her. Her friend and neighbor, artist Nick Gresham, returns from a trip only to find several of his paintings slashed, reportedly by rival local artist Geoffrey Clarke. When Nick goes to have it out with him, with Eleanor in tow, they find Clarke's body in his studio, fatally stabbed in the back.

But in A Colourful Death, the second Cornish Mystery from Carola Dunn, Eleanor isn't leaving anything to chance—she starts doing a little investigating of her own, and soon learns that Nick is far from the only one with a compelling motive for murder. Account Options Sign in. Top charts.

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New arrivals. Carola Dunn March 15, Switch to the audiobook. In England, , the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple has made a decision that, while shocking to her class, is in perfect keeping with the spirit of the times. Rather than live with relatives until she marries, she has undertaken to earn her own living with her writing. Her series of articles on country manor houses has proven popular with the readers of Town and Country and in February she travels to Occles Hall to research her latest piece.

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What should be a pleasant afternoon is quickly disrupted when, during the performance, Bettina falls dead on stage--killed by cyanide poisoning. While it is quickly determined that Bettina's on-stage glass of liqueur was laced with the poison, discovering the person responsible will not prove to be an easy task. To learn more about cookies, please see our cookie policy. To learn more about how we use and protect your data, please see our privacy policy. Subjects Fiction Mystery Historical Fiction. In the midst of a pleasure trip, however, both work in a bit of business—Alec travels to Washington, DC to consult with the US government, Daisy to New York to meet with her American magazine editor.

While in New York, Daisy stays at the famed Chelsea Hotel, which is not only close to the Flatiron Building offices of Abroad magazine, where she'll be meeting with her editor, but home to many of New York's artists and writers. After her late morning meeting, Daisy agrees to accompany her editor, Mr. Thorwald, to lunch. But as they are leaving the offices, they hear a gunshot and see a man plummeting down an elevator shaft. The man killed was one of her fellow residents at the Chelsea Hotel, Otis Carmody, who was a journalist with no end of enemies—personal and professional—who would delight in his death.

Again in the midst of a murder investigation, Daisy's search for the killer takes her to all levels of society, and even a mad dash across the country itself, as she attempts to solve a puzzle that would baffle even Philo Vance himself. Fiction Mystery Historical Fiction.


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