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Mystery and Suspense
Author: Charlotte MacLeod
ISBN: 1850575932
Subcategory: Mystery
Pages 307 pages
Publisher G K Hall & Co (April 1, 1990)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 511
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by Charlotte MacLeod


Series: Thorndike Press Large Print Paperback Series.

Series: Thorndike Press Large Print Paperback Series. Paperback: 384 pages. Publisher: G K Hall & Co (February 1, 1990). ISBN-13: 978-0816149339. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Careers.

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The cars were all empty. The shrubberies yielded no gruesome bundle. The shrubberies yielded no gruesome bundle ew a total blank. A telephone call to Boadicea’s house only served to throw her housekeeper into a tizzy. It was long after dark by now. The frazzled remnant of the Renaissance Revel were gathered around the fire in what Abigail called the castle keep, drinking hot coffee and trying to bolster each other’s spirits. There’s only one logical explanation, Bill was insisting.

In Charlotte MacLeod's The Silver Ghost, the eighth book in the Sarah Kelling/ Max Bittersohn series, Nehemiah (Bill) Billingsgate has lost one of his prized antique Rolls Royces! Unwilling to interrupt his annual Medieval Revel, Bill calls in family friends Max and Sarah Bittersohn, wh. .

In Charlotte MacLeod's The Silver Ghost, the eighth book in the Sarah Kelling/ Max Bittersohn series, Nehemiah (Bill) Billingsgate has lost one of his prized antique Rolls Royces! Unwilling to interrupt his annual Medieval Revel, Bill calls in family friends Max and Sarah Bittersohn, who usually investigate art crimes but are happy to help out their friend in checking out suspects by mingling at the Medieval Revel.

Charlotte MacLeod (November 12, 1922 – January 14, 2005) was a mystery fiction writer. Charlotte (Matilda) MacLeod was born in 1922 in Bath, New Brunswick, Canada, but emigrated to the United States in 1923, and became a naturalized . She attended the Art Institute of Boston. During the late 1940s and early 1950s, she worked as a copywriter for Stop & Shop Supermarkets in Boston

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Report an error in the book. Sarah Kelling and her husband, Max Bittersohn, have made names for themselves tracking down stolen paintings, sculptures, and, when necessary, the occasional murderer. But this is the first time they have been asked to find a missing Rolls Royce

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She wrote two series under her own name, a Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn Mystery series and the Peter Shandy Mystery . She also wrote Had She But Known: A Biography of Mary Roberts Rinehart and a dozen juvenile books.

She wrote two series under her own name, a Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn Mystery series and the Peter Shandy Mystery series. She also wrote two series under the pseudonym Alisa Craig, the Madoc and Janet Rhys Mystery series and the Grub-and-Stakers series. She won five American Mystery awards and a Nero Wolfe award.

by Charlotte MacLeod. series Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn Mysteries. Books related to The Silver Ghost. Mrs. Malory and the Festival Murder.

Samugor
Obviously she did some research on antique Rolls-Royces but some of the casual references were very annoying. For example, not one of the cognoscenti I or my husband (who's been one for over 50 years) has ever referred to a Phantom I as a New Phantom. Other than those irritants which only a knowledgeable person would notice it was a good mystery.
Steel_Blade
This series is fun and engaging. The Kindle editions need better proofreading to remove annoying errors, but the characters are fun, the plots move along, and the details are interesting.
Jieylau
Fun, Funny, very well written - altogether charming characters and plot twists. You'll get hooked on this author and series - kind of zany!
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Charlotte is a beloved author.
Windworker
The Billingsgate family collects Rolls, puts on Rennaiscance Festivals, owns radio stations and raise bees for honey and mead. So many things should not all go wrong at the same time but they do and it takes Sarah and Max to find the clues that connect them all.
Nidor
I always enjoy reading more about the Kellerman clan and the facinating relatives. Sarah and Max are at their best when solving the unsoluvable mystery. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys Boston's best detectives.
Eng.Men
Old school funny mystery series, mixing the upper crust Brahmins of Boston and everyday people.
love it!