4 edition of Admit to murder found in the catalog.
Admit to murder
|LC Classifications||MLCM 91/11551 (P)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||267 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||267|
|LC Control Number||91214003|
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Admit To Murder does what it says on the tin, and takes the reader on a journey to and fro between different eras, most significantly 12 years earlier when the subject of the mystery Louise Vaughan This is the second of Margaret Yorke’s novels that I have read, and I found it agreeably similar to the first/5.
Format: Paperback Margaret Yorke's ADMIT TO MURDER follows the lives of the family and the young detective as the investigation into the disappearance of Louise Vaughan dies and then is reborn twelve years later. A standard English cozy with an amazing twist.
Good hot weather read/5(2). Admit to Murder Margaret Yorke, Author Penguin Books $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. Almost the Truth: A Novel of Suspense wise little book.
Admit to Murder; Almost the Truth: A Novel of Suspense; Dangerous to Know; CAUSE FOR CONCERN; A Question of Belief; Speak for the Dead; Evidence to Destroy; Crime in Question; A CASE TO ANSWER. Synopsis The daughter of a well-to-do family and recovering from a hopeless love affair, Louise Vaughan vanishes one night while returning home from a choir practice.
Print book: Fiction: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: When Louise Vaughan vanishes one night, her family are forced to Admit to murder book that she is dead.
12 years later Chief Superintendent Marsh reopens the case and looks at the facts and the people involved. Get this from a library. Admit to murder. [Margaret Yorke] -- Louise Vaughan disappeared one night on the way home from choir practice, and although no body was ever found, Detective Marsh still believes, years later, that the investigation is worth the time.
This is my first Margaret Yorke novel (I just read Admit to Murder) and I loved it. If you are a fan of PD James, you will like this book. Much more about the characters than the crime and written in an understated way/5.
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Get this from a library. Admit to murder. [Margaret Yorke] -- When Louise Vaughan disappears on her way home from choir practice in the village of Feringham, her parents and their dear friend Norah are devastated.
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Admit to Murder. By: This book may be a well-done psychological study but it is not a thriller. In fact, it is the second most boring book I have ever listened to. It hardly even rates a place under 'Crime' and it is so dated, it shouldn't be in the 'modern' section either.
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