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Faintley speaking

by Gladys Mitchell

  • 84 Want to read
  • 32 Currently reading

Published by St. Martin"s Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Bradley, Beatrice Lestrange (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.,
    • Women detectives -- England -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Gladys Mitchell.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR6025.I832 F35 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination224 p. ;
      Number of Pages224
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2709236M
      ISBN 100312279574
      LC Control Number86001858
      OCLC/WorldCa13122516

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A thoroughly entertaining Mitchell romp, Faintley Speaking carries the reader from the south coast of England, to a co-ed school, and back Faintley speaking book the Isle of Wight. Mrs. Bradley, crocodilian as ever, and her erstwhile assistant Laura Gavin, become embroiled in the murder of Miss Faintley, the nature studies mistress at a nearby school/5(8).

"Faintley Speaking" begins with a strange parcel delivery and with year-old Mark Street unhappily on holiday at a backwater and dull seaside resort. His family has unfortunately encountered a loathsome teacher from his school vacationing at the very same hotel.

Miss Faintley insists on taking the boy on a tour of the Cathedral at nearby Torbury.4/5(5). Faintley speaking [Gladys Mitchell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(5).

Get this from a library. Faintley speaking. [Gladys Mitchell] -- Not long after the telephone call, Miss Faintley was murdered. It seemed at first unlikely that she, a prim, quiet schoolmistress, could have anything to do with crime.

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It all makes for a somewhat inert book, and one with too much Laura (she takes over Miss Faintley's post at school and proceeds to interview all and sundry) and not enough of the cackling Mrs. Croc. All told, Faintley Speaking is a competent, straightforward entry in the Mrs.

Bradley series, but with an author who has produced a number of. Faintley Speaking () Watson's Choice () Twelve Horses and the Hangman's Noose () The Twenty-Third Man A Speedy Death is the first book in the Mrs.

Bradley series by Gladys Mitchell. Guests are set to dine at Alastair Bing’s elegant country manor, but only one guest – a murderer – is aware of the dead body in an upstairs. Gladys Mitchell (21 April – 27 July ) was an English author best known for her creation of Mrs Bradley, the heroine of 66 detective also wrote under the pseudonyms Stephen Hockaby and Malcolm Torrie.

Feted during her life (called "the Great Gladys" by Philip Larkin), her work was largely neglected for the two decades after her ion: Rothschild School, Brentford, The Green School, Goldsmiths College.

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Faintley Speaking ’54; Watson’s Choice ’55; Twelve Horses and the Hangman’s Noose ’56; The Twenty-Third Man ’57; Spotted Hemlock ’58; The Man Who Grew Tomatoes ’59; Say It with Flowers ’60; The Nodding Canaries ’61; My Bones Will Keep ’62; Adders on the Heath ’63; Death of a Delft Blue ’64; Pageant of Murder ’ Practically Speaking, by Dan Rothwell, is a brief text for public speaking courses that provides clear, practical advice backed by sound scholarship, all at a reduced cost to students.

Concise yet comprehensive, and written with a conversational and ‘edgy’ style, this highly-readable text encourages learning and engagement right from the start.

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Regarding the first objective–readability–the wisdom of Samuel Johnson seems apt: “What is written without effort is in general read without pleasure.”.Humor is also very well employed in the book, and you shouldn’t be surprised if you find yourself laughing out loud at the many humorous situations in book.

It truly is a page- turner. Salt Marsh Murder This is another addictive book by Gladys Mitchell. The story here revolves around a young housemaid who gets impregnated out of wedlock.