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COFFIN, SCARCELY USED: The First Flaxborough Chronicle (A Rue Morgue Classic British Mystery) Watson, Colin. 1st Edition. SHALLOW GRAVES: A Location Scout Mystery. Jefferies, William (Jeffery Deaver) MURDER BY THE BOOK. items. Wisconsin. MURDER BY THE BOOK. 9 items. Cooking. MURDER BY THE BOOK. 13 items. Police. MURDER BY THE BOOK. Another good book in the Flaxborough series. This time, the town seemed to be under black magic spell. Lots of disturbing appearances, though the town folks didn’t look like they notice them. What was really happening? A very enjoyable story of witchy scenes, full of humor and wits. A bit dragging here and there, but overall was a good read.
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DI Walter Purbright investigates his fictional town of Flaxborough, East Anglia "a high-spirited town like Gomorrah", often with Sergeant Love.
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Flaxborough Chronicle by Colin Watson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(11). About this Item: BCA, London, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good.
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Book Club Associates edition containing the three novels that make up the Flaxborough Chronicle, which were Watson's first three novels and scarce in other editions, "Coffin,Scarcely Used","Bump in the Night" and "Hopjoy Was Here", verey good in vg protected dust wrapper.
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The first Flaxborough Chronicle was Coffin, Scarcely Used (). Aside from the crime fiction element, Watson announced himself as the latest in the long line of English authors to delight in the absurdity of peculiar names. The sheer joy of this book in particular, and the Flaxborough novels in general, is the language.
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Flaxborough is a fictitious town in Lincolnshire, created by author and local journalist Colin Watson as the background for a series of detective novels (The Flaxborough Chronicles) featuring Detective Inspector Walter Purbright and a cast of similar comic characters.
Flaxborough cannot be precisely identified with any real town from the texts. It was a borough, with a borough police force. The Flaxborough Chronicles book series by Colin Watson includes books Coffin, Scarcely Used, Bump in the Night, hopjoy was here, and several more.
See the complete Flaxborough Chronicles series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. The Flaxborough Crab (A Flaxborough Mystery Book 6) - Kindle edition by Watson, Colin. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, 1 map (on lining papers) ; 23 cm: Responsibility: by Colin Watson. With Anton Rodgers, Christopher Timothy, John Comer, Moray Watson.
Flaxborough, near the sea, near the countryside, seems such a nice town, so quiet, so charming. But underneath its placid surface, all kinds of scandalous things go on. The Flaxborough Chronicle - 1 Described by Cecil Day-Lewis as 'a great lark, full of preposterous situations and pokerfaced wit' Coffin Scarcely Used is Colin Watson's first Flaxborough novel and was originally published in Get this from a library.
Coffin, scarcely used: [the first Flaxborough chronicle]. [Colin Watson] -- The owner of "The Flaxborough Citizen" is found electrocuted beneath an electricity pylon, in his slippers, his mouth full of marshmallows. Is it accident, suicide or murder.
As other leading. A celebration of Irrelevant Research - and a darned hilarious, laugh-out-loud book. The whole book is a stream of examples of academic research - from as far back as Greek times - that is of rather questionable value (and validity!).
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When a third member of the quintet of prominent Flaxborough citizens is murdered, Purbright uncovers the covert prostitution ring behind them.