George Bagby wrote many mysteries and crime novels, all a perfect length for a long winter's weekend night. Kelly rated it it was ok Mar 06, 2011. Lauconn rated it liked it Mar 13, 2016. Emily Crow rated it liked it Apr 29, 2015.
by Bagby, George, 1906-. Publication date 1981. Topics Schmidt, Inspector (Fictitious character), Police. Publisher Garden City, . Published for the Crime Club by Doubleday. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Gutierres on June 14, 2011.
Book in the Inspector Schmidt Series). From the cover: "Jack Sterling was an impossible bird-a canary who sang for the cops (thereby sending some dangerous criminal types to the slammer), and who thus became a sitting duck, especially when he returned to the scene, so to speak, of his "crime" -New York. George Bagby spotted him one evening while having a drink inn . Somethinngorother, and it wasn't long before he passed the word to his friend Inspector Schmidt of Homicide.
Series: Inspector Schmidt (49). No current Talk conversations about this book.
by. George Bagby (Author). Book 49 of 20 in the Inspector Schmidt Series.
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Books by George Bagby, A question of quarry, Honest reliable corpse, The golden creep, Two in the bush, Cop Killer, Red is for killing, The sitting duck, Better dead. George Bagby is a pseudonym of Aaron Marc Stein. A question of quarry. Honest reliable corpse.
George T. Bagby State Park has a full-service marina on the banks of this Georgia lake including a boat ramp for launching your own vessel, a Marina Store is open Friday through Sunday from 5:30am to 4pm is the perfect place to pick up all your supplies or rent one of our own pontoon boats for half-day or. full-day usage. We even have our own gas pump to fill up your tank before heading out on the water. Lakeside cottages take full advantage of the park’s natural surroundings and provide accommodation options for those looking for a couples’ weekend getaway, family summer vacation or hunters’.
The duck follows George everywhere he goes and the pooch is not so lonely anymore. He’s finally smiling again. George the dog has been depressed for 2 years since his best friend of 12 years, a Labrador named Blackie, died. The poor pooch wouldn’t even move much but last Thursday a duck waddled into his life out of nowhere. The duck snuggled next to heartbroken George as he was laying on the porch of this home in Tennessee. We have no idea where this duck came from but he sure does love George and since the duck has arrived George has not cried one time