Cargo Of Eagles by Margery Allingham (2008-09-04)

Cargo Of Eagles by Margery Allingham (2008-09-04)

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    Cargo of Eagles Albert Campion Mystery by Margery Cargo of Eagles Albert Campion Two roads lead to Saltey, an ancient hamlet on the Essex estuary one is fast for weekenders the other is a dust track for smugglers Someone will terrorize, murder and raise the very devil to keep a certain secret that Campion intends to reveal. Cargo of Eagles The Albert Campion Mysteries Kindle Cargo of Eagles The Albert Campion Mysteries Kindle edition by Margery Allingham Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Cargo of Eagles The Albert Campion Mysteries. Cargo of Eagles Cargo of Eagles is a crime novel by Margery Allingham, first published in , in the United Kingdom by Chatto Windus, London It was incomplete at her death in and completed by her husband Philip Youngman Carter It is the nineteenth novel in the Albert Campion series Plot introduction. Cargo of Eagles Fantastic Fiction Cargo of Eagles Albert Campion, book by Margery Allingham book cover, description, publication history. Cargo of Eagles Margery Allingham Cargo of Eagles was first published in , completed by Philip Youngman Carter Reviews for Margery Allingham Spending an evening with Campion is one of life s pure pleasures The Sunday Times The best of mystery writers The New Yorker Cargo of Eagles A Campion Mystery Margery Allingham Cargo of Eagles takes place in the marshy English village of Saltey a town that time tried to forget, but couldn t The villagers, many of whom are part time pirates and smugglers turn a suspicious eye on newcomers, especially a beautiful young doctor who inherited a

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    1. j'aime beaucoup cet auteur pour l'atmosphère qu'elle sait créer autour de son récit et de ses personnages. le livre d'occasion était en très bon état et bien présenté


    2. A late addition to the oeuvre of Allingham, not up to her best, but still worth reading. While aging Campion and Lugg are present and instrumental in achieving the final result, a young American historian "assistant" is the center of attention with a "Lady Doctor" as the focal point of his attention, although hardly the demure type of female found in the mysteries of the first decades of the Century. The scene is a British village whose history was replete with adventurous law breakers, particul [...]


    3. Margery Allingham left this final Campion mystery unfinished when she died and it was completed by her husband Philip Youngman Carter. Albert Campion doesn't really fit into the Sixties scene with its Mods and Rockers, but this is a must-have for the serial detective's fans.For one thing, it is a vast improvement on the previous novel, "The Mind Readers" (Campion #18 - 1965) where the author made an unfortunate essay into science fiction. Campion, who had been fading out of his own series in fa [...]



    4. A late work by Allingham. I suspect it's an early draft that she never lived to polish, because there are lumps of exposition and a couple of coincidences of the sort that never appear in her earlier books. Still an enjoyable read.


    5. Campion is more enigmatic than ever but villains aren't what they used to be. The greatest menace remains firmly in the wings though we do get a glimpse now and again. Naturally, Campion saves the day as is only right and proper.


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