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Charlotte MacLeod wurde 1922 in Kanada geboren und wuchs in Massachusetts, USA, au. Books related to Aus für den Milchmann - DuMonts Digitale Kriminal-Bibliothek.
Charlotte MacLeod wurde 1922 in Kanada geboren und wuchs in Massachusetts, USA, auf. 1978 erschien der erste Band ihrer Balaclava<-Serie, 1979 folgte der erste Titel der Boston<-Reihe, die ihren Ruf als zeitgenössische große Dame des Kriminalromans begründeten. Für ihr Werk erhielt MacLeod fünf American Mystery Awards sowie den Nero Wolfe Award. Im Januar 2005 starb Charlotte MacLeod im Alter von 82 Jahren in Lewiston im US-Staat Maine.
Charlotte MacLeod (November 12, 1922 – January 14, 2005) was a mystery fiction writer. Charlotte (Matilda) MacLeod was born in 1922 in Bath, New Brunswick, Canada, but emigrated to the United States in 1923, and became a naturalized . She attended the Art Institute of Boston. During the late 1940s and early 1950s, she worked as a copywriter for Stop & Shop Supermarkets in Boston
A historical mystery set in early twentieth-century New England from the acclaimed author of the Peter Shandy series.
A historical mystery set in early twentieth-century New England from the acclaimed author of the Peter Shandy series. Upon graduating from an academy for respectable young ladies, Lavinia Tabard heads to the New England countryside and her rich cousin Zilpha's summer cottage with the low expectations of a charity case. Seventeen priceless stories from the author often referred to as "America's Agatha Christie".
Naturalized US CitizenAlso wrote as Alisa CraigCharlotte MacLeod, born in New Brunswick, Canada, and a naturalized . citizen, was the multi-award-winning author of over thirty acclaimed novels warmth, wit, and whimsy" (San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle). But fully a dozen novels star her popular husband-and-wife team of Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn.
Charlotte MacLeod Charlotte MacLeod. A historical mystery set in early twentieth-century New England from the acclaimed author of the Peter Shandy series
A young art student catches a thief-and finds her soul mate-in this charming, early YA novel from the million-selling "mistress of the 'cozy' mystery" (Los Angeles Times). Possessed of cool common sense and burning ambition, nineteen-year-old Corin Johansen leaves home to attend a prestigious art school in Boston. A historical mystery set in early twentieth-century New England from the acclaimed author of the Peter Shandy series.
Charlotte MacLeod, Daniela Hermes, Ralf H Huhn. Die junge Sarah Kelling hat die undankbare Aufgabe, das Begräbnis ihres Großonkels Frederick vorzubereiten. Auf der Suche nach einer passenden letzten Ruhestätte wird die seit 100 Jahren nicht benutzte Familiengruft der Kelling-Dynastie geöffnet, und Sarah muss entdecken, dass sich das Skelett der in den 50er Jahren verschwundenen Striptease-Tänzerin Ruby Redd in der Gruft befindet. Augenscheinlich sollte so ein Mord vertuscht werden.
First, if this book had been by anyone else than MacLeod (and not on my Kindle), it would have hit the wall opposite me with a resounding THUNK! Because this was truthfully filled with horrible people. Sarah has a multitude of relations, they fairly pour out of the woodwork in every book in the series. Unfortunately, at least in the books I've read so far, she never gets over her love and hero worship of Alexander. Still, she does move on and grows and changes with the later books, as she finds her own voice and learns to trust her own judgment. There is no one who can plot a story out like MacLeod, and this book is tightly organized and totally surprising.
Many of her books are set in New England, including one series focused on college professor Peter Shandy, and another on Beacon Hill couple Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn
Many of her books are set in New England, including one series focused on college professor Peter Shandy, and another on Beacon Hill couple Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn. Other mysteries, set in Canada, were published under the pen name Alisa Craig. She specifically tailored her books to be "cozies", .
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Author: Charlotte MacLeod
Publisher: DUMONT Literatur und Kunst Verlag (July 1, 2000)
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