Tag Archives: Albert Campion

Police at the Funeral (1931) by Margery Allingham

Today’s read is the 2nd Allingham novel, which was bestowed upon me by a friend and since I actually enjoyed the other one much more than I thought I would, I decided to dive into this one and see how … Continue reading

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The Case of the Late Pig (1937) by Margery Allingham

I will admit I’ve never been Allingham’s biggest fan. I was underwhelmed by the likes of Flowers for the Judge (1936), More Work for the Under Taker (1948), Death of a Ghost (1934), The Mind Readers (1965), Traitor’s Purse (1941) … Continue reading

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Tuesday Night Bloggers: A is for April… and Anything Goes: What makes a good Aristocratic Sleuth?

Ever keen to try something new, the Tuesday Night Bloggers have gone for a different type of theme this month: the letter A. Be it a book title, author, country or a more abstract theme; it all goes, as long … Continue reading

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A Thriller with a Snooze Factor: Mr Campion’s Farthing (1969), Inspired by Margery Allingham, Written by Philip Youngman Carter

A review for Past Offences Monthly Challenge. Continuing on author’s detective series after they are dead has been quite a contentious topic in recent times in crime fiction circles with Sophie Hannah’s new Poirot novel (second one to be released … Continue reading

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