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  1. says:

    Dr R V Davie, professor of poetry and sometime amateur detective, has come to Kings Lacey for its annual festival featuring a bit of opera, a bit of jazz inspired poetry or is that poetry inspired jazz , and a bit of madrigal singing He didn t expect to land himself in the middle of a bit of murder as well But on the Friday afternoon, the directors of Bexminster Electronics gathered for a top secret meeting to discuss the dates for the roll out of their next electronic masterpiece By Saturday night, Robert Copplestone, one of the men in the meeting was dead.Robert had two passions in life he loved fine china and he was a champion of honesty and truth So when he was browsing in a local antique shop and just happened to find a company secret tucked into the teapot in a pretty little gold and white tea service, he rushed to phone a trusted board member with the news But someone made certain that Robert never got a chance to share the secret When the owner of the antique shop also winds up dead killed in a similar fashion Dr Davie can t help but get involved He had become friends with Jiri Vanasek and he needed to help find his killer But will Dr Davie be able to discover the false clue hidden among the true ones Only a Matter of Time is the third of five detective novels written by V C Victor Vaughan Reynolds Geraint Clinton Clinton Baddeley featuring the scholarly amateur detective I have to admit to a bit of disappointment with this one I felt as though the culprit had a huge neon arrow pointing at her him the entire time And there really wasn t much attempt to muddy the waters at all as soon as Dr Davie started burbling on about the false clue and what kept bothering him, it was pretty obvious who must have done it There was also another clue something that I thought must have been done on purpose although Clinton Baddeley really didn t explain it that way that first drew my attention to Mr Ms X I kept hoping that perhaps there would be a final twist there was the teensiest bit of a hint of one to make things interestingbut, alas A bit of a let down from my beloved academic mystery sub genre Clinton Baddley does a much better job with mystification in the rest of the series particularly the first Death s Bright Dart and final To Study a Long Silence I did enjoy the characters, especially Miss Jesmond, the Bexminster company s confidential secretary, and Dr Davies is always a delight and a half for a less than best effort First posted on my blog My Reader s Block Please request permission before reposting Thanks.


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    Dr R V Davie academic and opera lover visits Kings Lacy for its annual music festival and of course stumbles across two bodies As he happens to have been one of the last people to see one of the dead men alive he becomes involved in the murder investigation It seems there are rather a lot of odd goings on in the area which he attempts to put together and, as it were, join up the dots.This is an entertaining gentle crime story in spite of the murders It is well written and there is a fair amount of background information about opera and music in general I must say one of the performances he went to sounds highly entertaining poetry set to jazz music.I enjoyed the way Davie puts everything together and manages to work out who did by logic and deduction from the facts he knows It is one of the most carefully plotted mysteries I ve come across for a while This is an enjoyable series which doesn t have to be read in the order in which it was published.


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    Elderly Cambridge don Dr Davie enjoys the annual Bexminister music festival, but this year he finds the body of an acquaintance, obviously murdered He s no than a bystander, of course, but can t help wondering how that body is related to another dead man who is found nearby Delightful though improbable.


  4. says:

    Read before joining GoodReads Marked as Read so I don t order read it again.


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