She made her debut as Josephine Tey in 1931 with The Expensive Halo. But one man, his head sunk down upon his chest, slowly sank to his knees and then, still more slowly, keeled over on his face. Josephine Tey. But when Roderick’s half-sister Cordelia asks to visit ... Scotland Yard’s Perry Trethowan never wanted to make the trip to Norway for the World ... Scotland Yard’s Perry Trethowan never wanted to make the trip to Norway for the World In this t…
Josephine Tey was a pseudonym used by Elizabeth MacKintosh (25 July 1896 – 13 February 1952), a Scottish author. ). London’s favorite musical comedy of the past two years was finishing its run at the end of the week. She was famous for writing mystery novels during the time of World War I. But Miss Pym's cover-up of one crime precipitates another -- a fatal "accident" that only her psychological theories can prove was really murder. A woman's body is found on the English seacoast, and twisted in her hair is an article screaming murder. Welcome back. Miss Kane's claims seemed highly unlikely, even to Inspector Alan Grant of Scotland Yard, until she described her prison -- the attic room with its cracked window, the kitchen, and the old trunks -- which sounded remarkably like The Franchise. just a bit too literally. It was Marion Sharpe on the line, a local woman of quiet disposition who lived with her mother at their decrepit country house, The Franchise. Visit Josephine Tey’s page at Barnes & Noble® and shop all Josephine Tey books.
e-books in Josephine Tey category The Daughter of Time by Josephine Tey - Peter Davies, 1951 Tey's classic novel about Richard III, the hunchback king, whose skeleton was discovered in a council carpark. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Josephine was her mother's first name and Tey the surname of an English Grandmother. ( Brat Farrar book. For a better shopping experience, please upgrade now. his taste for rare liquors. But it was hard saying no to his newly published sister, Christobel. Josephine Tey was the pen name of author Elizabeth Mackintosh, who used to write her novels under this pseudonym. With the wit and guile that have made Inspector Grant a favorite of mystery fans, the inspector sets about discovering just how a murder occurred among so many witnesses, none of whom saw a thing. Audible Audiobook