7 edition of Death in autumn found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR6064.A18 D36 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||85001695|
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"Death in Autumn" is billed as a Marshal Guarnaccia Given that the author, Magdalen Nabb, has authored ten other detective mysteries and that Soho Press (well-established New York crime fiction house) published it, you wouldn't expect missing commas and other such annoyances (shift of speaker without a clear indication of which character was now speaking)/5(23).
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Originally published: New York: C. Scribner's,© Description: pages ; 17 cm. Death in autumn book Death Death in autumn book Autumn is the prequel novella for Maggie McPhee’s Autumn In The Desert series.
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Death in Autumn (Book): Nabb, Magdalen: The body of a woman, clad only in a fur coat and jewelry, is found floating in the Arno at dawn. Marshal Guarnaccia of the Florentine carabinieri identifies her as a missing hotel guest.
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But it isn’t, just yet, the whole story. “The poetry of earth is never dead,” wrote John Keats, and yet that quintessential poet of autumn, his own life fading as the colors of his glory blazed and flew, was exquisitely alive to the season’s sleeping Autumn, cheeks flushed and hair awry, personifies the sensual richness of the early part of the season as iconically as the yellow leaves of Shakespeare’s Sonnet LXXIII.
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