Death and Mr. Prettyman

Death and Mr Prettyman A respected lawyer from Kent is murdered in the Inns of Court during a peasouper Inspector James sorts through a variety of eccentric suspects

  • Title: Death and Mr. Prettyman
  • Author: Kenneth Giles
  • ISBN: 9780802730862
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Paperback
  • A respected lawyer from Kent is murdered in the Inns of Court during a peasouper Inspector James sorts through a variety of eccentric suspects

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    1. A quiet, well-off solicitor is visiting London when he falls victim to a serial killer of slight, short men. At least, that's how the picture looks, but the police also think that the killer struck in Liverpool on the same day, violating his pattern of letting several days pass between victims. There doesn't seem to be any other motive for killing Mr. Prettyman, but Acting Inspector Harry James, his bibulous sergeant Honeybody, and James' wife Elizabeth brave the fogs of the season to look into [...]


    2. Kenneth Giles was a British author wrote ten mysteries under his own name (one non-series) as well as two other series under the names Edmund McGerr and Charles Drummond. Death and Mr. Prettyman (1967) is the third book in the Giles series which features Harry James--who begins the series as a detective sergeant and is currently an acting inspector--and his sergeant Cedric Honeybody. In this installment, we are presented with the death of the respectable, elderly solicitor Charles Prettyman duri [...]


    3. I was completely at sea throughout most of this novel. I definitely would have classed it more as a procedural than as a cozy, so the jacket description was a bit misleading. The characters were interesting enough, and it was an engaging read, but I could never really get into it. I don't know if it was the abundance of unfamiliar language or my unfamiliarity with certain aspects of British life and policing, but I just felt lost.



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