The Man in the Queue by Josephine Tey
A Bookish Observation
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I read this story straight through over a couple of days. Good writing. I’d say possibly as good as Agatha Christie but different. The difference being the type of characters in Josephine Tey’s book, her characters were from everyday life more so than Agatha’s who seem to often be from the privledged upper classes. I probably won’t read any more from the series unless I feel the need for a very cozy mystery, which it is. I enjoyed it.
This blog was written by Diane Challenor 2014
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