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Though adoped Anglophile Dorothy Martin is quite content with her new life in a cozy English village, she looks forward to an unexpected trip back to her Indiana hometown. Sadly, it is the sudden death of a longtime friend and a small inheritance that offer Dorothy and her husband, Alan Nesbitt, this brief holiday in the states.
|Statement||Jeanne M. Dams|
|LC Classifications||PS3554.A498 K55 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||251 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||251|
Killing Cassidy A Dorothy Martin Mystery (Book): Dams, Jeanne M.: With all the charm and grace that makes the traditional, British cozy-style mystery a mainstay of fans around the world, Dams proves once again that Dorothy Martin is a sleuth with staying power. This time she comes back home to Indiana and must investigate the death of a year-old . As in all good YA books, Cassidy fills her story with teenage awkwardness and simmering emotions Any young adult fan reading this will certainly not feel they have spent any dead time with this author -- Susan May, Suspense Magazine. Book Description/5(33).
Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets is a book written by Baltimore Sun reporter David Simon describing a year spent with detectives from the Baltimore Police Department Homicide Unit. The book received the Edgar Award in the Best Fact Crime category.. The book was subsequently fictionalized as the NBC television drama Homicide: Life on the Street Author: David Simon. Killing Cassidy: a Dorothy Martin mystery. [Jeanne M Dams] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create # Large type books\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.
Dorothy Martin is fitting in comfortably in her new English home, and now that her policeman husband, Alan, has retired, she's looking forward to some quiet time with him. But then the letter arrives: an old acquaintance in Indiana has died and left her a . David Cassidy's last words were "so much wasted time." This book gives insight into why he would say that. Although I wasn't as fanatic as many, I did paper my pre-teen bedroom walls with posters of David Cassidy, watched the Partridge Family, /5.
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Killing Cassidy by Jeanne M. Dams. Dorothy Martin and husband Alan Nesbitt are on a vacation of sorts. They're visiting Dorothy's hometown Hillsburg, Indiana.
It's not just another vacation in which they can put their feet up and take it easy/5. KILLING CASSIDY seems similar in style to the works of Agatha Christie and consequently fans of the great author will enjoy this old-fashioned amateur sleuth tale.
Alan and Killing Cassidy book are a warm couple whose sweet, realistic romance proves the furnace still runs/5(19). Killing Cassidy (A Dorothy Martin Mystery Book 6) and millions of other books are available for instant access/5(19).
Killing Cassidy (Dorothy Martin Mysteries, No. 6) Mass Market Paperback – November 1, by Jeanne Dams (Author) out of 5 stars 19 ratings Book 6 /5(19). The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Killing Cassidy (Dorothy Martin Series #6) by Jeanne M.
Dams at Barnes & Noble. Killing Cassidy book Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : Severn House Publishers. KILLING CASSIDY seems similar in style to the works of Agatha Christie and consequently fans of the great author will enjoy this old-fashioned amateur sleuth tale.
Alan and Dorothy are a warm couple whose sweet, realistic romance proves the furnace still runs/5(19). Killing Cassidy () Killing Cassidy () About book: starsI truly enjoyed having husband Alan Nesbitt along for this mystery.
He and Dorothy are very good together, and they play well off of one another. Killing Cassidy By Jeanne M. Dams - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Jack Cassidy (who played the murderer in the series three times) enthuses smugness, arrogance and self-assuredness in equal measure here, as Ken Franklin, one half of a mystery writing team who hatches an elaborate plot to kill off his partner, Jim Ferris (played by Martin Milner) who decides to terminate their professional relationship, leaving Franklin /10(K).
“The Orphan” is the second novel in the “Hopalong Cassidy” series and was released in the year The Orphan has become obsessed with getting revenge. He is hunting a man that is accused of killing his father fifteen years back.
Sheriff Jim Shields tracks The Orphan, who is a young man that is supposed to have killed two sheep herders. About Killing Cassidy. Dorothy Martin is fitting in comfortably in her new English home, and now that her policeman husband, Alan, has retired, she’s looking forward to some quiet time with him.
But then the letter arrives: an old acquaintance in Indiana has. The medical records state that Kevin died from pneumonia, but a little digging surfaces viable suspects with means, motives, and opportunities to abet Mother G CASSIDY seems similar in style to the works of Agatha Christie and consequently fans of the great author will enjoy this old-fashioned amateur sleuth tale/5(4).
Get this from a library. Killing Cassidy. [Jeanne M Dams] -- Though adoped Anglophile Dorothy Martin is quite content with her new life in a cozy English village, she looks forward to an unexpected trip back to her Indiana hometown. Sadly, it is the sudden. Storyton Hall, Virginia, is a paradise for book lovers who come from all over for literary getaways.
Manager Jane Steward is temporarily leaving for another renowned resort - in hopes of solving a twist-filled mystery. Jane's boyfriend is missing, and she thinks she may find him at North Carolina's historic Biltmore Estate.
Jerry dies, the doctor takes it on the lam, and a series of loans Cassidy made to pals in need seems to indicate a motive—all of which leads to a timely suicide.
Like its predecessors (The Victim in Victoria Station,etc.), low-key and leisurely, with charming insights on revisiting one's past, the love life of the less-young, and the.
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Killing Rachel by Anne Cassidy – review 'The sequel to Dead Time. Another book; same characters; new mystery. On a hunt using a set of books with code found in the house of Frank Richards Author: Safah.Dorothy should have known better.
As well as the money, Kevin Cassidy has left a note predicting his own murder. It seems absurd; the beloved professor was ninety-six when he died, apparently from pneumonia. But Alan and Dorothy know about innocent facades.