Hidden Sins

  • Title: Hidden Sins
  • Author: Alison Joseph
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  • Page: 164
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • ✓ Hidden Sins ☆ Alison Joseph - Hidden Sins, Hidden Sins Summer Life is starting to go back to normal after the shock of the Great War Agatha Christie now a successful crime author is holidaying in Cornwall And when her husband Archie has to leave
    ✓ Hidden Sins ☆ Alison Joseph - Hidden Sins, Hidden Sins Summer Life is starting to go back to normal after the shock of the Great War Agatha Christie now a successful crime author is holidaying in Cornwall And when her husband Archie has to leave

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    Hidden Sins

    About Alison Joseph


    1. Alison Joseph was born and brought up in London She studied French and Philosophy at Leeds University, and then worked in local radio in Leeds as a producer and presenter She moved back to London in 1983 and worked for a Channel 4 production company, making short documentaries In 1985 she set up her own company, Works on Screen Productions included Through the Devil s Gateway, a series about women and religion presented by Helen Mirren, which was broadcast by Channel 4 in 1989 A book of the series was published by SPCK Sister Agnes became a reality with the publication of Sacred Hearts in 1994 This was followed by The Hour of Our Death 1995 , The Quick and the Dead 1996 , A Dark and Sinful Death 1997 , The Dying Light 1999 and The Night Watch 2000 All the Sister Agnes books are published by Endeavour Press and Allison Busby in the UK, and the first three are also available in German.Other novels include Dying to Know published by Endeavour Press , featuring D I Berenice Killick Alison is also the author of two novellas in which a fictional Agatha Christie is the detective They are Murder Will Out and Hidden Sins, both published by Endeavour Press The third is due out Autumn 2016.Alison has also written short stories for Radio 4, for YOU magazine, for Critical Quarterly and for various women s magazines, as well as abridging novels for Radio 4 s Book at Bedtime and The Late Book, including the award winning production of Captain Corelli s Mandolin She is the author of about twenty five plays for BBC Radio 4 Her most recent short story is Samir s Lament, available on Kindle Singles.Alison lives in London.


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    1. There is trouble in paradiseSummer, 1925Life is starting to go back to normal after the shock of the Great War.Agatha Christie, now a successful crime author, is holidaying in Cornwall.And when her husband, Archie, has to leave early, she decides to use her alone time to work on a romance novel.But it isn t long before she finds herself thrown back into the world of murder and intrigue.A fellow guest at Agatha s hotel is murdered in the early hours of the morning, and all the guests become suspe [...]

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    2. Agatha Christie is on holiday in Cornwall with her husband but he needs to return to work and she stays on at the hotel for a few days She is enjoying her solitude and is planning a different type of book from her successful crime novels This one is going to be a romance Then her peaceful holiday is interrupted by a murder One of her fellow guests is shot early one morning on the tennis courts He was engaged in researching a biography of a chemist who worked in camouflage during the Great War C [...]

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    3. Hidden Sins by Alison JosephPublished by Endeavour Press Ltd, 16 August 2015 ISBN 978 1 5170 3587 7Holidaying in Cornwall with her husband Archie, Agatha Christie, now a successful crime writer, decides to write a romance when Archie announces that the golf here is sub standard and that the office needs him.Wondering the lanes in reflective mood Agatha ponders her book s hero, maybe a Captain, a brave, military type.Rather than her dining alone Mr Finch the hotel manager seats her with Frederick [...]

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    4. When I read the description for this book I thought what a neat idea and it was A novel that turns Agatha Christie into an amateur detective Although it is the second of a series, Hidden Sins is just as good as a stand alone, covering the period just after the first world war Agatha would have been in her early twenties and has the sleuthing characteristics of watchful waiting, and intuitive analysis as she finds herself alone in a hotel in Cornwall, where she is expected to solve a murder of on [...]

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    5. This series is really enjoyable and as this book was based on an episode in Cornwall for me this was even better My only slight niggle is that the reporters would not have been from Truro and Exeter but Truro and Plymouth I assume therefore that Alison Joseph does not come from this area.

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    6. Interesting, fascinating and good old fashioned whodunit I love that Agatha Christie herself is involved in the stories They re so much fun to read I love the time period it s set in so many poor damaged souls, those poor soldiers I love series so much I ve already downloaded, book 3 I totally recommend this series

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