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Scene of the Crime: A Guide to the Landscape of British Detective Fiction Paperback – Oct 30 2002


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Anglophiles will relish Scene of the Crime: A Guide to the Landscapes of British Detective Fiction, by Julian Earwaker and Kathleen Becker, which surveys the locales of British mysteries past and present from Scotland to the West Country. P.D. James provides a foreword to this attractive volume, illustrated throughout with color and b&w photos.
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A comprehensive guide to the places associated with classic British detective fiction from Inspector Wexford to Brother Cadfael. Based on interviews and extensive research, this is required reading for crime addicts everywhere.

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for all mystery lovers May 13 2008
By Julie B. - Published on Amazon.com
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i think i came across this in a catalogue - but found it cheaper through amazon. first i checked it out from the library, then liked it so well, that i bought my own copy so that i could take my time with it; take notes, etc. there are great pictures of the places and lots of information on names of authors and books that go with specific places you can visit in the uk. we took a trip there last year, and really enjoy reading books that take place in some of the places we visited. it's well-written and packed full of interesting stuff. i'm making it sound dry, but it isn't. there is a bit of history, a bit of biography, and a bit of travelogue and it's all written so well, that it is very compelling. i didn't want to put it down.


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