Sleuth's Alchemy by Gladys Mitchell
Cases of Mrs. Bradley and Others

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Book by Mitchell, Gladys, Fuller, Nicholas, Cross, Gail
 

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Author Gladys Mitchell was born in Cowley, Oxfordshire, England on April 19, 1901. She was educated at Goldsmiths' College and University College, London. After graduating, she became a teacher and taught English, history, and games at numerous schools until her retirement in 1961. She is best known for her detective novels featuring Mrs. Bradley. She also wrote under the pseudonyms Stephen Hockaby and Malcolm Torrie. In 1976, she received the Crime Writers' Association Silver Dagger award. She died on July 27, 1983.
 
Published February 2, 2005 by Crippen & Landru, Publishers, Inc.. 200 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A perfect bedtime book, and a valuable glimpse inside the workshop of a master craftsperson notable for economy, variety and invention.

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Whether Mrs. Bradley or the British constabulary does the detecting honors, these gemlike anecdotes are matter-of-fact, businesslike and ruthlessly efficient in destroying alibis, noting telltale discrepancies and plucking malefactors from among tiny fields of suspects (there’s rarely more than o...

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