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by Ann Granger

eBook Rattling the Bones download ISBN: 0755320468
Author: Ann Granger
Publisher: Headline Publishing Group (2007)
Language: English
Pages: 320
ePub: 1727 kb
Fb2: 1330 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Mystery
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Rattling the Bones, . part of Fran Varady Series. Ann Granger has lived in cities in many parts of the world, since for many years she worked for the Foreign Office and received postings to British embassies as far apart as Munich and Lusaka

Rattling the Bones, . Ann Granger has lived in cities in many parts of the world, since for many years she worked for the Foreign Office and received postings to British embassies as far apart as Munich and Lusaka. She is married, with two sons, and she and her husband, who also worked for the Foreign Office, are now permanently based in Oxfordshire. And don’t miss the first in her brand-new Victorian crime series, A Rare Interest in Corpses.

This is Ann Granger's seventh Fran Varady novel in the series, I purchased the initial books with this particular character when in London and . Rattling the Bones is another great mystery of those who love English mysteries. All her books are well worth a read.

Granger presents London from a view not often written about. Fran Varady, the main character, is a real spit fire and lots of fun, but down to earth.

Wait, Susie, don’t go in there. There’s something I’ve got to tell you first. I indicated the connecting door. There’s a visitor in there, a dead on. d at me. ‘What do you mean, a dead one?’. She pushed me aside and opening the door, strode through it. ‘Crikey. Then, ‘Bloody hell!’.

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Ann Granger has lived in cities all over the world, since for many years she worked for the Foreign Office and received postings to British embassies as far apart as Munich and Lusaka

Ann Granger has lived in cities all over the world, since for many years she worked for the Foreign Office and received postings to British embassies as far apart as Munich and Lusaka. She is now permanently based in Oxfordshire.

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Ann Granger is a British author of crime fiction. Born in 1939, she started out writing historical romance novels using the pen name of Ann Hulme. She first used her nom de plume with the publication of A Poor Relation, her 1979 novel

Ann Granger is a British author of crime fiction. She first used her nom de plume with the publication of A Poor Relation, her 1979 novel. After she graduated from the University of London, she went to France for a year to teach English. After that, she went on to work at British consulates as well as embassies in different European countries that included Prague, Munich, and Lusaka.

Murder Among Us. Ann Granger Ann Granger. Ann Granger. The quiet little Cotswold village is in an uproar over the news that the rambling old Victorian landmark, Springwood Hall, is being turned into an up-market country hotel and restaurant. The officer on duty at Bamford police station is skeptical when he takes a call from Guy Morgan. The much-loved amateur sleuth Fran Varady finds herself investigating an old love affair and a family quarrel.

Comments: (4)
Bragis
This is Ann Granger's seventh Fran Varady novel in the series, I purchased the initial books with this particular character when in London and enjoyed them so much I searched for the followup books in the series. These books and their characters are different than her more well known Meredith and Markby series' but just as enjoyable. Granger presents London from a view not often written about. Fran Varady, the main character, is a real spit fire and lots of fun, but down to earth. The supporting characters are well developed through the series and not ones that you might find in other novels. You really should read the series from the beginning , "Askin for Trouble" is the first book, so that you get the full impact of her characterizations.
YSOP
Ann Granger's books are always great
Ytli
Rattling the Bones is another great mystery of those who love English mysteries. All her books are well worth a read.
mym Ђудęm ęгσ НuK
I happened on this series and read all 7. Can't understand why they are so little known! Poor marketing? Publisher not interested? They have excellent plots, great characterisation, excellent and intelligent dialogue. Fran is an unusual and interesting character, so different from the usual heroine of crime novels. And they are funny in a wry way. You won't find Silence-of-the-Lambs-type weird serial killers, or extraordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, but just an honest look at flawed, greedy, heartless or nasty villains of a more ordinary sort. And ordinary nice people being decent. So for that reason, they are much more psychologically realistic than most modern crime novels.

The audio versions read by Kim Hicks are a treat. So treat yourself!