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Free The Jewel That Was Ours reader Û doc 9780804109819 Ë [PDF] ✅ The Jewel That Was Ours ✈ Colin Dexter – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Superbly clue ladenA complex and satisfying puzzleTHE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBEThe case seems so simple Inspector Morse deemed it beneath his notice A wealthy elderly American tourG and drinking in the hotel's bar certain the solution is close at hand until conflicting stories suspicious doings and a real murder convince him otherwiseIt is a delight to watch this brilliant uirky man Morse deduceMINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUN Another is the Inspector Morse series and eually as complex as others in the ouevre An American tourist dies of an apparent heart attack in a local hotel and Morse is less than pleased to be called out on this seemingly innocent death But this is a Morse mystery so you know that there is much going on that meets the eye As usual Morse gets off track immediately once he figures out that something is amiss and we try to follow his logic as he moves toward the answer Colin Dexter's book are such fun to read and can be rather educational when Morse gets on a roll regarding literature music et al I watched the television series before I read the books so I can see John Thaw as a attractive Morse than Dexter describes him in print One of the great modern British mystery series

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Otel Missing from the scene is the lady's handbag which contained the Wolvercote Tongue a priceless jewel that her late husband had beueathed to the Ashmolean Museum just across the street Morse proceeds to spend a great deal of time thinkin Inspector Morse mystery No 9 and the finest so far in my humble opinion This is an Agatha Christie esue murder mystery paced to perfection A package tour of mostly elderly Americans is disrupted by thievery and possible murders plural and Morse 8 out of 12

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The Jewel That Was OursSuperbly clue ladenA complex and satisfying puzzleTHE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBEThe case seems so simple Inspector Morse deemed it beneath his notice A wealthy elderly American tourist has a heart attack in her room at Oxford's luxurious Randolph H When a group of wealthy Americans appears in Oxford on a guided tour one of the women in the tour is on a special mission A rare and historically valuable jewel had come into the possession of her late husband It was his wish that that the jewel be donated to a museum in Oxford and in the company of her new husband the woman has carried the jewel to Great Britain to deliver it herself However the night before she is to donate the gift she dies of an apparent heart attack and her purse containing the jewel is stolenThis would hardly seem to merit the attention of Chief Inspector Morse; after all there is no homicide involved and he's not about to waste his time investigating a simple theft But after determining that the lady did indeed die of natural causes Morse can't help but think that something very odd is going on hereWhen another person associated with the tour is found dead it clearly is a homicide and Morse and his faithful sergeant Lewis are on the job As is always the case when Morse confronts a killing the puzzle is very complex and it's going to take a very keen mind to sort this one out But of course as readers of this series know full well Morse has exactly that sort of mind and as always it's fun to watch him sort through the issues and the characters involved until he's satisfied that things have properly fallen into placeThis is another of those intricate English mysteries that could never occur in real life But it's entertaining to suspend disbelief and watch Morse work his magic once again This is a book that will appeal to lots of those who love traditional British mysteries