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Author: Margot Arnold
ISBN: 0881501778
Pages: 251 pages
Publisher: Foul Play Pr; 1st edition (October 1, 1990)
Language: English
Category: United States
Size ePUB: 1322 kb
Size Fb2: 1260 kb
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Rating: 4.1
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Subcategory: Literature

e-Book Toby's Folly epub download

by Margot Arnold



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Toby's Folly: A Penny Sp. Margot Arnold, where have you been all my reading life? How does it happen I'd never even heard of you until a month or so ago, when I've been devouring mysteries (especially well-written, d ones) for some forty years now? (Oops, probably shouldn't have said that, but-it's only too true, so why not?)

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Margot Arnold is the pseudonym of Petronelle Marguerite Mary Cook. She is a mystery fiction writer, creator of the Doctor Penny Spring and Sir Toby Glendower series, about an anthropologist and an archeologist based at Oxford University, England. Exit Actors, Dying (1979) Zadok"s Treasure (1979) The Cape Cod Caper (1980) Death on the Dragon"s Tongue (1982) Lament for a Lady Laird (1982) The Menehune Murders (1989) Toby"s Folly (1990) The Catacomb Conspiracy (1991) The Cape Cod Conundrum (1992) Dirge for a Dorset Druid (1994) The Midas Murders (1995).

Toby's Folly : A Penny Spring and Sir Toby Glendower Mystery. Penny Spring and Sir Toby Glendower Mysteries. By (author) Margot Arnold.

Book in the Penny Spring and Sir Toby Glendower Series).

Toby is eventually reached at his private archaeological excavation deep in the Welsh country-the "folly" of the title-and plunged headlong into mayhem and danger. Used availability for Margot Arnold's Toby's Folly. October 1990 : USA Hardback. February 1992 : USA Paperback.

Could cantankerous archaeologist Sir Toby Glendower have sinned just a little 30 or so years ago, and couldĀ . With hints dropped by Vadik, the spy-villain of past books, Toby and Penny sort through KGB and CIA shenanigans to pinpoint the real troublemaker

Could cantankerous archaeologist Sir Toby Glendower have sinned just a little 30 or so years ago, and could the product be gorgeous Russian ballerina Sonya, now ensconced in a Brighton police lockup as the number-one suspect in the murder of the troupe's traveling KGB man Litvok? Yes, indeed, and with the prodding of old chum Dr. Penny Spring and her son Dr. Alex (instantly in love with the intriguing Sonya), Toby sets about to prove her innocent. With hints dropped by Vadik, the spy-villain of past books, Toby and Penny sort through KGB and CIA shenanigans to pinpoint the real troublemaker. Like its seven predecessors: stiff and mostly charmless.

Margot Arnold (born May 16, 1925) is the pseudonym of Petronelle Marguerite Mary Cook Toby's Folly (1990). The Catacomb Conspiracy (1991). The Cape Cod Conundrum (1992).

Margot Arnold (born May 16, 1925) is the pseudonym of Petronelle Marguerite Mary Cook. She was born in Plymouth, Devon, England. with a Diploma in Prehistoric Archaeology and Anthropology in 1947, and an . in 1950 from Oxford University. She is a mystery fiction writer, creator of the Dr. Penny Spring and Sir Toby Glendower series, about an anthropologist and an archeologist based at Oxford University, England. Exit Actors, Dying (1979). Zadok's Treasure (1979).

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