Death at the Bar. For My Friends in the Dunedin Repertory Society. Abel Pomeroy Proprietor, Plume of Feathers, Devon. Will Pomeroy His son. Mrs Ives Housekeeper at the Plume of Feathers. The Hon Violet Darragh Of County Clare, Ireland.
Death at the Bar. Robert Legge Secretary and Treasurer to the Coombe Left Movement.
Ngaio Marsh Death At The Bar CAST OF CHARACTERS Luke Watchman, . Sebastian Parish, his cousin. Читать онлайн Death At The Bar. Marsh Ngaio. Death At The Bar. Cast of characters. Abel Pomeroy, proprietor, Plume of Feathers, Devon. Will Pomeroy, his so. rs. Ives, housekeeper at the Plume of Feathers. The Honourable Violet Darragh, of County Clare, Ireland. Robert Legge, Secretary and Treasurer to the Coombe Left Movement. Decima Moore, of Cary Edge Farm and of Oxford. George Nark, farmer, of Otterc.
Dame Ngaio Marsh DBE (/ˈnaɪ. Marsh is known as one of the "Queens of Crime", along with Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers, and Margery Allingham. She is known primarily for her character Inspector Roderick Alleyn, a gentleman detective who works for the Metropolitan Police (London). Will Pomeroy, his son. Mrs. George Nark, farmer, of Ottercombe.
Ngaio Marsh Death At The Bar Chapter I The Plume of Feathers Chapter II Advance by Watchman Chapter III Further Advance by Watchman Chapter IV The Evening in Question Chapter V Failure of Mr. Legge Chapter VI Inquest Chapter VII Complaint from a Publican Chapter VIII Alleyn a. . Legge Chapter VI Inquest Chapter VII Complaint from a Publican Chapter VIII Alleyn at Illington Chapter IX Alleyn at the Feathers Chapter X The Tumbler and the Dart Chapter.
Harper, said Alleyn, with a glance at the superintendent’s shocked countenance, tells me that several of the others agree that Legge had no opportunity to anoint the dart, with cyanide or anything else.
Death at the bar ra 9, . 2. Death At The Bar ra-9, page 12. part of Roderick Alleyn Series. Harper, said Alleyn, with a glance at the superintendent’s shocked countenance, tells me that several of the others agree that Legge had no opportunity to anoint the dart, with cyanide or anything else. Drunk! cried Colonel Brammington. Soaked in a damn’ good brandy, the lot of ’em.
Death at the Bar has been added to your Cart. From her first book in 1934 to her final volume just before her death in 1982, Ngaio Marsh's work has remained legendary, and is often compared to that of Agatha Christie and Dorothy L. Sayers.
Death at the Bar book. ABOUT THIS BOOK: A classic Ngaio Marsh novel in which a game of darts in an English pub has gruesome consequences
Death at the Bar book. These are the amenities of Ottercombe. ABOUT THIS BOOK: A classic Ngaio Marsh novel in which a game of darts in an English pub has gruesome consequences. At the Plume of Feathers in south Devon one midsummer evening, eight people are gathered together in the tap-room. They are in the habit of playing darts, but on this occasion an experiment takes the place of the usual game – a fatal experiment which calls for investigation. Annotation. Among the guests at the Plume of Feathers on the memorable evening of the murder were a West End matin?e idol, a successful portrait painter, an Oxford-educated farmer’s daughter, a radical organizer and assorted rustics and villagers. Each of them had an opportunity to place the deadly poison on the dart that seemingly had been the instrument of murder. But no one admitted seeing any suspicious movement on the part of anyone else. And what exactly had been the method of the killer?