Saturday, August 17, 2013


A very funny mystery written  several decades ago.

Knox was a very very clever man, his use of the english language is astonishing.  This book is worth reading for the vocabulary education on its own.

The Viaduct Murder is the first of Knox's detective novels, and the only one that does not include Miles Bredon. It tells the story of how four old golfing friends discover the body of another member of the golf club that has fallen, or been pushed, from a railway viaduct. They feel they have to set about investigating what really happened because, as one of them explains, "I've got the greatest respect for the police as a body, but I don't think they're very good at following up clues

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