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by Gwendoline Butler
- ISBN: 0312310714
- Category: Thriller & Mystery
- Author: Gwendoline Butler
- Subcategory: Mystery
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- Language: English
- Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin; 1st edition (August 15, 1989)
- Pages: 196 pages
- FB2 size: 1955 kb
- EPUB size: 1841 kb
- Rating: 4.6
- Votes: 371
John Coffin, a police inspector rising through the ranks to Commissioner, and his wife, Stella Pinero, an actress, in south London, England:In books . .By the 5th book (The Interloper) Coffin is already a Divisional Inspector. Book 1. Receipt for Murder.
John Coffin, a police inspector rising through the ranks to Commissioner, and his wife, Stella Pinero, an actress, in south London, England:In books . by Gwendoline Butler.
Gwendoline Butler Coffin Underground. Later that night, John Coffin was still up and reading, when his bell sounded. He listened on the entryphone. Inspector Paul Lane was shorter than the ideal height for a policeman but compensated for it by a solid square frame and hard muscle that made his ability to look after himself never in doubt. He was young for an inspector and wrote a very good report, the product, no doubt, of having taken a sound degree in history at York University. He was reputed to have a very happy marriage, but if so, his wife was a patient woman who made do with not much of his company, because he was always working.
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In 1956 her John Coffin series of novels began publication under her married name, Gwendoline Butler. Gwendoline Butler can claim to be one of the most versatile women crime novelists. In 1962, she decided to use her grandmother's name, Jennie Melville as a pseudonym to sign her Charmian Daniels novels. In addition to her mystery series, she also wrote romantic novels. Her books have scored in four categories: modern detective stories, Victorian mysteries, Gothic stories and romantic novels. In 1973 the Crime Writers Association (CWA) awarded her the Silver Dagger for ‘A Coffin for Pandora’.
Scotland Yard Chief Superintendent John Coffin investigates a spate of killings at the notoriously evil N. 2 Church Row. But he suspects there’s more to it than just a haunted hous. rom one of the most universally praised English crime writers, perfect for fans of Agatha Christie. Scotland Yard Chief Superintendent John Coffin is openly sceptical of the evil reputation of the house at No. 22 Church Row. True, the house has seen violent death over the centuries. But none of it suspicious. Until no. offin suspects something more than a haunted house.
Phoebe looked across to Coffin, now Sir John Coffin, Chief Commander of Police in the Second City of London. I’ve heard that a third girl has been found dead. Superintendent Miller and Inspector Winnie Ardet were running the case
Phoebe looked across to Coffin, now Sir John Coffin, Chief Commander of Police in the Second City of London. She felt tired herself, engaged as she had been in a long investigation now ended with a satisfactory result. Superintendent Miller and Inspector Winnie Ardet were running the case. Winnie was a friend, Jack Miller was not. But that did not matter, it was sometimes better not to be a friend in this job.
The first John Coffin story with a contemporary setting
A man from John Coffin's past is looking for his identical twin brother – a dangerous man, capable of murder. But are their identities one and the same? From one of the most appraised English crime writers, perfect for fans of Agatha Christie. The first John Coffin story with a contemporary setting. A recently-promoted John Coffin soon has his hands full when a severed human head turns up the steps of his new home. From one of the most appraised English mystery authors, perfect for fans of Agatha Christie. John Coffin now commands his own force in the newly created second city of London, established on the site of the old Docklands.
Inspector John Coffin. By: Gwendoline Butler. Narrated by: Nigel Carrington. Detective John Coffin must find out who killed the man belonging to the severed human head found in an urn on the church steps. Length: 7 hrs and 18 mins. Length: 6 hrs and 58 mins.
Coffin suspects something more than a haunted house. Coffin Underground - Gwendoline Butler. He sees a human, complex web of relationships, interlocking and interacting in a way he can't yet fathom, and in which people get caught up and destroyed – as they play into the game of a very clever killer.
Scotland Yard Chief Superintendent John Coffin gives little credence to the evil reputation earned by the house at No. 22, Church Row--that is, until he must investigate recent deaths there. Reprint. PW. K. AB.