Simon Brett worked as a producer in radio and television before taking up writing full time.
Simon Brett worked as a producer in radio and television before taking up writing full time. As well as the Mrs Pargeter novels and the Charles Paris detective series, he is the author of the radio and television series After Henry, the radio series No Commitments and Smelling of Roses and the bestselling How to Be a Little Sod. His novel A Shock to the System was filmed starring Michael Caine. Married with three grown-up children, Simon lives in an Agatha Christie-style village on the South Downs. First published 2001 by Macmillan. First published in paperback 2002 by Pan Books.
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Книга жанра: Старинная литература, Старинная литература: Прочее. The Fethering Mysteries #2. The Fethering Mysteries 2001, EN. ? Death on the Downs ? One. The bones didn’t look old, but then what did Carole Seddon know about bones? Her work at the Home Office had brought her into contact with forensic pathologists from time to time, but she didn’t lay claim to any of their arcane knowledge. She was just an ordinary member of the public – in retirement an even more ordinary member of the public.
SIMON BRETT worked as a producer in radio and television before taking up writing full-time. In 2014 he won the CWA’s prestigious Diamond Dagger for an outstanding body of work. He was awarded an OBE in the 2016 New Year’s Honours for services to Literature and also was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. The Death on the Downs is the second book in the series.
Пользовательский отзыв - Kirkus. Simon Brett, called by The Baltimore Sun "one of the wittiest mystery writers around," is the author of the Mrs. Pargeter Mystery series, the Fatherine Mystery series, and the creator of the Charles Paris Mystery series. Weldisham, a rural village recently tarted up by London nabobs longing for a place to weekend in the country with all the mod cons, is in for a bit of a shock when Carole Seddon, from the neighboring. A former president of Britain’s Crime Writers’ Association and chair of the Society of Authors, he lives in the south of England with his family. Библиографические данные.
Simon Brett, Prefers to Remain Anonymous. She found the number of the British Council office in Spring Gardens and rang through
Simon Brett, Prefers to Remain Anonymous. She found the number of the British Council office in Spring Gardens and rang through. s and, even if he had, a long chance that he was still there. As Carole knew to her cost, there were a lot of early retirements around. And, in the unlikely event that Trevor was still employed by the British Council, he would almost certainly be working abroad. But her gloomy prognostications proved unfounded.
Death on the Downs book. I was initially dismayed to find this audio version of Death on the Downs wasn't narrated by Simon Brett as I enjoy his narration so much and I thought another reader might not convey the story as well or capture the characters in the same way an author can. But I found once I'd got used to it, a different narrator didn't spoil my enjoyment at all and I was soon engrossed in the story as usual.
About book: Book 2. in this series by Simon Brett, featuring once again, retired Home Office employee, Carole Seddon and her next-door-neighbour, Jude. Incidentally, Carole still does not know Jude's surname and is no closer to knowing a great deal about Jude than she was when they first met. Carole is out for a bit of a hill walk/ramble in the nearby village in Weldisham, when she takes shelter from heavy rain in a derelict barn and discovers two bags of human bones.
Welcome return for Brett's lady sleuths.
No, what upset her was the human skeleton she discovered there, neatly packed into two blue fertiliser bags. Carole and Jude's enquiries take them to the small downland hamlet of Weldisham and there gossips quickly identify the corpse as Tamsin Lutteridge, a young woman who disappeared from the village months before. Welcome return for Brett's lady sleuths. As crime gets a harder edge, it's refreshing to have an amiable light-hearted tale, which makes the most of wit and atmosphere' Yorkshire Post. Books by Simon Brett.
It wasn’t the rain that upset during Carole Seddon during her walk on the West Sussex Downs.
The Fethering Mysteries 02; Death on the Downs. It wasn’t the rain that upset during Carole Seddon during her walk on the West Sussex Downs. No, what upset her was the human skeleton she discovered ther. o begins the second investigation for Carole and her neighbour Jude. This time their enquires take them away from Fethering to the small hamlet of Weldisham. There gossips quickly identify the corpse as Tamsin Lutteridge, a young woman who disappeared from the village months before.