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Mr Campion's visit / Mike Ripley.

Mr Campion's visit

Ripley, Mike, author. (Author).
Allingham, Margery, 1904-1966 (Added Author).

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Main Mystery Ripley (Text) 31307023996236 New Checked out 11/11/2019

Record details

  • ISBN: 0727888978
  • ISBN: 9780727888976
  • Physical Description: 277 pages : illustration ; 23 cm
  • Edition: First world edition.
  • Publisher: London: Severn House, 2019.

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General Note:
Continues from the original series by Margery Allingham.
Summary, etc.:
"Suffolk, 1970. Albert Campion is back in Black Dudley, once the scene of murder and mayhem but now home to the brand-new University of Suffolk Coastal. Appointed to the role of the university's Visitor, Campion finds he has a curiously vague remit, but his initial visit to the concrete campus takes an unexpected turn when the body of charismatic Chilean professor Pascual Perez-Catalan, a rising star and genius scientist in the field of geochemistry, is fished out of the ornamental lake. It seems Pascual was unpopular among his fellow academics and lecturers, his trail-blazing research taking up most of the university's new computing capacity . . . and he was also a keen ladies man. Drawn into another puzzling murder, Campion must negotiate internal politics, seething jealousy and resentment, blackmail, betrayal and a phantom trumpeter as he searches for a ruthless killer."--Publisher description.
Subject: Campion, Albert (Fictitious character) > Fiction.
Private investigators > England > Fiction.
Murder > Investigation > Fiction.
Nineteen seventies > Fiction.
Genre: Historical fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.
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