When Albert Campion is called in by the fiancee of an old college friend to investigate the disappearance of her uncle, he little expects the mysterious spate of death and dangers that follows among the bizarre inhabitants of Socrates Close, Cambridge. He and Stanislaus Oates must tread carefully, and battle some complex family dynamics, to solve the case.
AuthorMargery Allingham was born in London in 1904. Her first novel was published when she was seventeen. In 1929 she published The Crime at Black Dudley and introduced the character who was to become the hallmark of her writing - Albert Campion
"Allingham's work is always of the first rank" (New York Times)
"Margery Allingham has worked her way up to a worthy place among the tiny hierarchy of front-rankers in the detective world" (Tatler)
"Margery Allingham deserves to be rediscovered" (P.D. James)
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Loved the Story
This was my first Albert Campion Mystery and I must say I was pleasantly surprised. It has all the elements of a classic english crime story and if you love that kind of thing, you're in for a treat.
The only thing which kind of damped my enjoyment of this otherwise excellent reading was the interpretation of the female voices, especially the elderly aunt. It was too over the top and the high pitched voice was getting on my nerves. I really couldn't listen to what "she" was saying and was just hoping she would stop soon. Luckily the aunt hadn't too much stage time.
- A. W.