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by Jessica Mann
She earned a retainer, and large sums afte.
First published in 1988 by Macmillan. She earned a retainer, and large sums afte. To keep on working at the Royal Commission in a job that was worth doing for its own sake, simply for the valuable cover it provided for secret activities, was too cynical for Tamara.
Mann adds ransom notes, secret identities, a possible cure for epilepsy and isolation under the hot sun to her tale, better read as leisurely thriller than mystery
Mann adds ransom notes, secret identities, a possible cure for epilepsy and isolation under the hot sun to her tale, better read as leisurely thriller than mystery. Readers willing to forgive her withholding of information will enjoy the well-rendered local color and squalor, off-beat plot devices and clever dialogue. From Library Journal.
Death Beyond The Nile book. Hardcover, Large Print, 238 pages Crime-writer Jessica Mann was born in London, England in 1937
Death Beyond The Nile book. Hardcover, Large Print, 238 pages. Published December 31st 1989 by Chivers Press (first published January 1st 1988). Crime-writer Jessica Mann was born in London, England in 1937. She studied archaeology at Cambridge University and Law at Leicester University. She is the author of a non-fiction book, Deadlier Than the Male: An Investigation into Feminine Crime Writing, about female crime writers from Agatha Christie and Dorothy L Sayers to Ngaio Marsh.
Death Beyond the Nile. By (author) Jessica Mann.
Book in the Tamara Hoyland Series). Rare & Collectible Books.
Jessica Mann (13 September 1937 – 10 July 2018) was a British writer. As a novelist she specialised in the mystery and suspense genres, and from 1971, 22 crime novels by her were published. Death Beyond the Nile (1988). Faith Hope and Homicide (1991). Telling Only Lies (1992).
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And then, the death knell arrived. Jessica’s world has gotten knotty enough.
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