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Mystery and Suspense
Author: Ann Granger
ISBN: 0745153984
Subcategory: Mystery
Pages 416 pages
Publisher Chivers P; Large Print e. edition (February 1, 1997)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 196
ePUB size: 1910 kb
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by Ann Granger


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Brilliant writer and a brilliant book''I feel like I know the heroine personally'.

Only now, twelve years after the mysterious disappearance of a teenage girl, will Mitchell & Markby begin to unravel the mystery in Candle for a Corpse, Ann Granger's eighth cosy Cotwolds crime novel in the Mitchell & Markby series. Brilliant writer and a brilliant book''I feel like I know the heroine personally'. What readers are saying about Candle for a Corpse: 'If you like low key crime with plenty of humour and interesting characters and plot then you will enjoy this series!' 'Brilliant writer and a brilliant book'. I feel like I know the heroine personally'.

Ann Granger has lived in cities all over the world, since for many years she worked for the Foreign Office and received postings to British embassies as far apart as Munich .

Ann Granger has lived in cities all over the world, since for many years she worked for the Foreign Office and received postings to British embassies as far apart as Munich and Lusaka. She is now permanently based in Oxfordshire. I have read eight of the Markby/Mitchell series. I would place this one in the top three. The suspenseful plot builds at a wonderful pace and the full mystery is not solved until the last page. This series is glorious either in book form or in audio when the magnificent Judith Bond reads.

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Winawel
Great fun!
Gri
This is one of my favorite Markby and Mitchell books. I've read them all and love this series.
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I have read eight of the Markby/Mitchell series. I would place this one in the top three. The suspenseful plot builds at a wonderful pace and the full mystery is not solved until the last page. This series is glorious either in book form or in audio when the magnificent Judith Bond reads. Granger's books place you square in the middle of an English village and you don't leave it until the final pages.
Barinirm
Truly enjoyable
Vertokini
The book was very good.
Coron
Having read the later books i felt this lacked a little of the structure of the later ones. Keep reading Ann Granger!
Dead Samurai
The most astonishing thing about this series is that the author follows the same formula in each one: read one you've just about read them all. The worst part of the formula -- for me -- is that Meridith Mitchell, whose only connection to the police is her personal relationship with Inspector/Superintendent Alan Markby, repeatedly does the most stupid and dangerous meddling into the police murder investigation. In all five books that I've read so far, Meridith winds up face-to-face with the criminal, who has twigged to her suspicions and who proceeds to attempt to murder her. Markby warns her in each book to stay out of the investigation, but, sure enough, in the next book/investigation, off she goes again. In this book, Candle for a Corpse, she drops her lighted flashlight through the roof of the shed containing important evidence; of course, the shed's owner finds the flashlight -- with her initials scratched on it! -- and goes after Meridith with a meat cleaver. As in all the books I've read, she's saved in the nick of time. As Anna Russell would say, "Now I ask you!"

I wish Markby would charge her with interfering with a police murder investigation: perhaps that would put a halt to her ridiculous behavior -- but I suspect this is the author's gimmick for advancing clues and adding action.

I have already purchased one more in this series and I intend to read it. It appears a bit later than Candle for a Corpse. Has Meridith learned her lesson? Actually, has Ann Granger learned a few more tricks of the trade? If not, A Word After Dying will be the last Ann Granger book I buy/read.
Ann Granger is one of the best modern English village mystery writers out there as far as I'm concerned. I love the Mitchell and Markby series. There are plenty of spills and chills, and many surprises along the way. In this book a skeleton of a young pregnant girl is found buried in a very old grave. Markby feels haunted by this corpse and feels he must do his best for this young girl since she'd been laying forgotten for 12 years. Of course Meredith has to help because she knows how much this case means to Alan. They uncover some old village secrets that have lain undisturbed for many years. And a lot of people that want to keep the past buried at any cost. There are lots of wonderful characters in this book. I particularly like the old grave digger Nat Bullen. I am really enjoying this very entertaining series!