Death Takes Time

Death Takes Time

Book - 1994 | 1st U.S. ed
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Baker & Taylor
Unable to make the connection between two possibly related murders, time-conscious Majorca inspector Enrique Alvarez interviews a handful of suspects and finds himself enjoying his interviews with the flirtatious Honor Seymour.

Blackwell North Amer
An Englishwoman living in France falls through a balcony railing (or was she pushed?). An Englishman whose rented car showed a Spanish registration visited her in France on the day she died. (He drove a white Escort, and how long would it take to trace it through all the rentals in Spain?) Days later, an Englishman living in Spain dies from a heroin overdose - although he wasn't an addict. A lazy detective in Spain feels quite put out when he's asked to solve this baffling international case.
Inspector Enrique Alvarez, the slow-moving but fast-witted Mallorcan detective, has delighted mystery readers with his complaints and solutions through sixteen cases. This time, fighting his never-ending appetite and his penchant for long afternoon siestas, as well as his cranky supervisor, Alvarez struggles to find a way to explain the connection between the deaths of two English citizens, one in France and one on his beloved island, that occurred too close together for one person to have killed the other.

Baker
& Taylor

Unable to make the connection between two possibly related murders, time-conscious Mallorcan inspector Enrique Alvarez interviews a handful of suspects and finds himself enjoying his interviews with the flirtatious Honor Seymour

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1994
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 0312112602
Branch Call Number: M JEFFRIES
Characteristics: 191 p. ; 22 cm

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