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ISBN:0749082267
Author: Maxim Jakubowski
ISBN13: 978-0749082260
Title: Best British Mysteries 2006 (v. 3)
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Language: English
Category: Short Stories and Anthologies
Publisher: Allison & Busby (December 29, 2005)
Pages: 380

Best British Mysteries 2006 (v. 3) by Maxim Jakubowski



An anthology of stories Following the huge success of the previous BBM collections comes the latest batch of stories from the UK's top-flight crime writers. Alongside an "Inspector Morse" story from Colin Dexter and a "Rumpole" tale from John Mortimer, is Jake Arnott's first short story and a wealth of exclusive stories from some of Britain's most exciting up-and-coming young crime writers

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Authors: Maxim Jakubowski, Anne Perry, Val McDermid, Marilyn Todd, Christopher Fowler, Keith Miles, John Mortimer, Judith Cutler, Peter Lovesey, Barbara Cleverly, John Connolly, Peter Tremayne, Ken Bruen, H. Keating, John Harvey, Kim Newman, Adrian Magson, Amy Myers, Peter Turnbull, Alanna Knight, Robert Barnard, Ian Morson, Michael Lewin, Jon Grimwood, Margaret Murphy, Gillian Linscott, Mark Billingham, Jake Arnott, Martin Edwards, Peter Robinson. An ideal present for anyone who has ever enjoyed a good murder-mystery, The Best British Mysteries 2006 will cause many sleepless nights of avid page turning!

Maxim Jakubowski, Anne Perry, Val McDermid, Marilyn Todd, Christopher Fowler, Keith Miles, John Mortimer, Judith Cutler, Peter Lovesey, Barbara Cleverly, John Connolly,Peter Tremayne, Ken Bruen, H. R. F. Keating, John Harvey, Kim Newman, Adrian Magson, Amy Myers, Peter Turnbull, Alanna Knight, Robert Barnard, Ian Morson, Michael Z. Lewin, Jon Courtenay Grimwood, Margaret Murphy, Gillian Linscott, Mark Billingham, Jake Arnott, Martin Edwards, Peter. Robinson The Best British Mysteries III. Introduction. A Tale of One City by Anne Perry. The House of the Red Candle by Martin Edwards. The Magic of Your Touch by Peter Robinson. lt;< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46.

by Maxim Jakubowski (Author). MAXIM HAKUBOWSKI is a crime critic for the Guardian, a novelist, and the literary director of Crime Scene, a festival held annually at London’s National Film Theatre. A regular broadcaster on radio and TV, Maxim runs one of the largest crime bookstores worldwide, which is situated in London. Paperback: 380 pages.

Maxim Jakubowski, Lee Child, Simon Kernick, Colin Dexter, Martin Edwards, Cathi Unsworth, Deryn Lake, Stuart McBride, Peter Turnbull, Amy Myers, Val McDermid, Susanna Gregory, Bill James, Robert Barnard, Simon Levack, Peter Robinson, Zoë Sharp, Jerry Sykes, Donna Moore, Len Deighton, Martyn Waites, John Harvey, Peter Lovesey, Nicholas Royle, Ray Banks, Ken Bruen, Peter Crowther, Mark Billingham, Edward Marston, Michael Jecks, Kevin Wignall, Marilyn. Todd, John Rickards, Natasha Cooper, Allan Guthrie, Reginald Hill, Jerry Raine, Christopher Fowler. The Mammoth Book of Best British Mysteries.

An ideal present for anyone who has ever enjoyed a good murder-mystery, "The Best British Mysteries 2006' will cause many sleepless nights of avid page turning! show more. Format Hardback 380 pages. Dimensions 158 x 236 x 40mm 66. 6g. Publication date 01 Mar 2006. Publisher ALLISON & BUSBY. Publication City/Country London, United Kingdom.

The Best British Mysteries 3. Jakubowski Maxim.

The Best British Mysteries 2006 will cause many sleepless nights of avid page turning. ISBN13:9780749082598. Release Date:February 2006. Best British Mysteries 2006. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 11 years ago. Some good some ok. Only skipped reading two of them. Teen and Young Adult.

Following the huge success of the previous BBM collections comes the latest batch of stories from the UK’s top-flight crime writers. Alongside an Inspector Morse story from Colin Dexter and a Rumpole tale from John Mortimer, is Jake Arnott’s first short story and a wealth of exclusive stories from some of Britain’s most exciting up-and-coming young crime-writers. The Best British Mysteries 2006 will cause many sleepless nights of avid page turning!
Reviews: 3
Zyniam
Another anthology of great British mystery short stories. I enjoy the stories selected for this volume. Recommended for fans of Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine.
Gavigamand
Some good some ok. Only skipped reading two of them.
Yainai
I ordered this thinking I would receive a collection of very good British mysteries--my passion! But when it came, I was quite disappointed. There are, perhaps, one or two short stories that I enjoyed, but most of them were very unsatisfactory, in my opinion. I consider it a "give-to-the-thrift-store" purchase. Save your money!!