Joyce Fielding walked out one afternoon into the streets of Oxford and just disappeared And now, Kate Ivory has been hired to find her Joyce is a respectable widow in her sixties and there is nothing at first glance to explain her disappearance, so Kate consults her own mother, the irrepressible Roz, to help solve the puzzle It isn t long before Kate, following Joyce s trail, discovers a dead body The police may think that Joyce is a murderer and Kate an interfering amateur, but Kate realises that Joyce has unwittingly walked into danger, and that the hunt for the missing grandmother is a race against time...
|Publisher||:||Headline Publishing Group Auflage New Ed 6 Juli 2000|
|Number of Pages||:||288 Seiten|
|File Size||:||689 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Oxford Shift Reviews
I thought that the first mystery featuring Kate Ivory, authoress and part time sleuth, was a nice story - but since then I have become hooked! With her quirky fashion sense and interesting taste in men, Kate does manage to get herself into trouble. The focus this time is on the disappearance of her "friend" Emma's mother. While getting to know her own - long absent - mother, Roz, Kate also gets to know George, Emma's brother-in-law. The villian of the piece is a rather creepy woman, Ruth - we get to know her just enough to have goose pimples. As with the other mysteries in the series, Kate's private life is just as important as solving the crime. The actual "crimes" may be less tightly developed than in some other series, but Kate's the main thing. After the events at the end, Kate will need all her humor and resilience. I am really looking forward to the next in the series. Read the stories in chronological order, as Kate's personal life is just as interesting as solving the crimes.