Death at the Bar by Ngaio Marsh

Ngaio Marsh's Chief Inspector (later Superintendent) Roderick Alleyn, of Scotland Yard, series was typically set in the world of the arts, particularly the theater or painters.

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Death at the Bar by Ngaio Marsh


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  • Mass Market Paperback: 272 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.72 x 6.78 x 4.22
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press; (March 1998)
  • ISBN: 0312964269


    Reader Reviews
    Good Intricate Poisoning, July 13, 2003 Reviewer: pottermack from Chifley, A.C.T. Australia One of Marsh's most tightly-knit jobs. Victim a famous K.C., poisoned with KNC in the private taproom of a Devon inn while taking part in a demonstration of darts-throwing; plenty of good circumstantial detail leads to supposition of impossible crime. Alleyn, called in both by publican and by local police, does a splendid and fast (24 hours) job of discovering murderer, whose identity is a masterly demonstration in diverting suspicion from the most likely person. Method ingeniously simple, and hence convincing: a very neat job. Virtuoso display of logic at the end, including a delightful false solution propounded by a most amusing Chief Constable.

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