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Dancing with death

Amy Myers

Dancing with death

a Nell Drury mystery

by Amy Myers

  • 22 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction,
  • Murder,
  • Investigation,
  • Women cooks,
  • Country homes

  • About the Edition

    1925. The fashionable Bright Young Things from London have descended on Wychbourne Court, the Kentish stately home of Lord and Lady Ansley, for an extravagant fancy dress ball followed by a midnight Ghost Hunt -- and chef Nell Drury knows she"s in for a busy weekend. What she doesn"t expect to encounter is sudden violent death. When a body is discovered, Nell finds herself caught up in the police investigation which follows. As the darker side of the Roaring Twenties emerges, it becomes increasingly clear that at least one person present that night has a sinister secret to hide.

    Edition Notes

    StatementAmy Myers
    SeriesThe Nell Drury mysteries, A country house mystery
    The Physical Object
    Pagination215 pages
    Number of Pages215
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27238647M
    ISBN 100727886851
    ISBN 109780727886859
    OCLC/WorldCa961007390

    Prices for truly uncommon editions can be high, e.g., an extremely scarce Danish Dance of Death currently is on the market for roughly $4,Among the most desirable editions is the colorful Rowlandson set consisting of The Dance of Death and The Dance of Life for which a collector can expect to pay between $3, and $4, Also highly. Buy a cheap copy of Dancing with Death book. Free shipping over $ Buy a cheap copy of Dancing with Death book. Free shipping over $ Skip to content. Search. Wish List. Cart. All Categories. Kid's. Young Adult. Fiction. Collectibles. Offers. Our App. Blog. About Us. ISBN: ISBN Dancing with Death. No Customer.

    Book Review. I absolutely love the cover of this book and that’s the main reason that I signed up to be part of its book tour. The cover; however, is the only thing that I really liked about this book as I was thoroughly unimpressed by the rest of it and here’s why: Dancing with Death started out great, but as time went on I began to lose. Dancing Skeletons - Life and Death in West Africa This paper reviews the book Dancing Skeletons - Life and Death in West Africa by Katherine A Dettwyler. It charts events in the book and aspects of the work of this physical anthropologist in the field of child nutrition in Mali during as an assistant professor of nutritional anthropology.

      Dancing Skeletons: Life and Death in West Africa Author: Katherine A. Dettwyler Publisher: Waveland Press, Long Grove, IL Year: On average, about 17 children out of under the age of 7 dies in the world each year (El-Ghannam ) because of malnutrition, homicide, wars, drowning, car accidents, what have you -a sobering statistic for any loving . In , Dancing Skeletons was given the Margaret Mead Award by the American Anthropological Association. It is presented to anthropologists whose work was able to interpret “anthropological data and principles in ways that make them meaningful and accessible to a broadly concerned public”[1], which I consider to be exactly what the book does.


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