[The Jewel That Was Ours] E–pub ☆ Colin Dexter


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  • The Jewel That Was Ours
  • Colin Dexter
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  • 07 December 2018
  • 9781405073110

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The Jewel That Was Ours review Ø 103 characters Þ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Colin Dexter read & download The Jewel That Was Ours Y seven American tourists is nothing out of the ordinary until one of their number is found dead in Room 310 at the Randolph HotelIt looks like a sudden and tragic accident Only Chief Inspector Morse appears not to overlook the. Clues hypotheses even establishing just which crime has been committed overwhelm the hapless reader in this Inspector Morse mystery The structure is reminiscent of an Agatha Christie whodunit but with infinitely complications and of course the atmospheric tone of the historic university town of Oxford Dexter s detective is the curmudgeonly Inspector Morse whose pockets are somehow always empty when the bar tab comes around to be paid by his long suffering assistant Sgt Lewis Morris idiosyncrasies include a far too keen appetite for Glenfiddich single malt scotch a passionate appreciation of classical music and an apparently flawless command of the Classics an oddly reassuring uirk that endears this character to the author s followersAt the heart of this particular mystery is one of the Ashmolean Museum s most revered treasures the Alfred Jewel It is a masterpiece of Anglo Saxon craftsmanship and bears the inscription AELFRED MEC HEHT GEWYRCAN Alfred ordered me to be made A fictional counterpart the Wolvercote Tongue is to be reunited with the Alfred piece in a highly publicized ceremony Laura Stratton widow of an American collector will make the presentation Laura and her husband Eddie are part of a well heeled exclusive group of Americans shepherded by John Ashenden on the Historic Cities of England tour which will pass through Oxford No sooner than their arrival however Laura is found dead in her hotel suite and the Tongue which she kept at all times in her purse is missing Murder That hypothesis is dashed by the medical examiner two of them in fact Laura died of a massive heart attack Was the heart attack connected to the theft But why would anyone steal the Tongue It is so recognizable it would be impossible to fence Did a theft even occur But surely Dr Theodore Kemp whose professional future was linked to this important new Ashmolean acuisition would have seen and inspected the item multiple times during the course of his research And really why is everyone even those with verifiable alibis lying to Inspector MorseWith a notebook at my side and a re reading of the first two sections of the book I was still stumped My advice Just sit back and enjoy the tour Dexter provides a convenient map of Oxford s streets and colleges Tracing the numerous excursions of the characters over the two day period of their stay will heighten the sense of being there Cedric Downes one of the academic docents and a colleague of Dr Kemp s will point out that Magdalen St is pronounced Maudlin Street while Magdalen Road is pronounced just as it is written As for the famous English Breakfast one of the high points of my bed and breakfast stays when I was young Few English families living in England have much direct contact with the English Breakfast It is therefore fortunate that such an endangered institution is perpetuated by the kitchen staff in guest houses B Bs transport caf s and other no starred and variously starred hotels This breakfast comprises at its best a milkily opaued fried egg two rashers of non brittle rindless bacon a tomato grilled to a point where the core is no longer a hard white nodule to be operated upon by the knife a sturdy sausage deeply and evenly browned and a slice of fried bread golden brown and only just crisp with sufficient fat not excessively to dismay any meddlesome dietician p67 Of course the characters whittled down to about a dozen significant players are described with a similar ironic reserve Dexter lavishes particular ire on Kemp A lisp heightens his impression of affectation The man is self preening lazy and a serial womanizer with regard for his rain soaked shoes than the damage he may have caused to the woman he has just visitedThis was a satisfying mystery with a connecting trail of crimes It s the third Inspector Morse book I have readNOTESInterview with Colin Dexter The metal planet relationship A study of celestial influence reader in this Inspector Morse mystery The structure is Lord Tedric 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The Jewel That Was Ours review Ø 103 characters Þ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Colin Dexter read & download The Jewel That Was Ours Simultaneous theft of a jewel encrusted antiue from the victim's handbag Then two days later a naked and battered corpse is dragged from the River Cherwell A coincidence Maybe But this time Morse is determined to prove the lin. Another is the Inspector Morse series and eually as complex as others in the ouevre An American tourist dies of an apparent heart attack in a local hotel and Morse is less than pleased to be called out on this seemingly innocent death But this is a Morse mystery so you know that there is much going on that meets the eye As usual Morse gets off track immediately once he figures out that something is amiss and we try to follow his logic as he moves toward the answer Colin Dexter s book are such fun to read and can be rather educational when Morse gets on a roll regarding literature music et al I watched the television series before I read the books so I can see John Thaw as a attractive Morse than Dexter describes him in print One of the great modern British mystery series

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The Jewel That Was Ours review Ø 103 characters Þ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Colin Dexter read & download The Jewel That Was Ours He looked overweight around the midriff though nowhere else and she wondered whether perhaps he drank too much He looked weary as if he had been up most of the night conducting his investigations For Oxford the arrival of twent. Read by Michael PenningtonTotal Runtime 7 hours 8 minsBodleian Library OxfordDescription He looked overweight around the midriff though nowhere else and she wondered whether perhaps he drank too much He looked weary as if he had been up most of the night conducting his investigations For Oxford the arrival of twenty seven American tourists is nothing out of the ordinary until one of their number is found dead in Room 310 at the Randolph Hotel It looks like a sudden and tragic accident Only Chief Inspector Morse appears not to overlook the simultaneous theft of a jewel encrusted antiue from the victim s handbag Then two days later a naked and battered corpse is dragged from the River Cherwell A coincidence Maybe But this time Morse is determined to prove the link Mr Projectionist is trying hard to entice me into a TV series and I am adamant that that is not on the cards Adam Ant I tell ya The Wolvercote Tongue bears a remarkable resemblence to Alfred s Jewel currently in the Ashmolean OxfordHmm this insert into the oeuvre seems slightly distorted forced even Baseline 34 Last Bus to Woodstock Inspector Morse 13 Last Seen Wearing Inspector Morse 23 The Silent World of Nicholas uinn Inspector Morse 33 Service of All the Dead Inspector Morse 43 The Dead of Jericho Inspector Morse 54 The Riddle of the Third Mile Inspector Morse 63 The Secret of Annexe 3 Inspector Morse 73 The Wench Is Dead Inspector Morse 83 The Jewel That Was Ours Inspector Morse 9 3 Morse s Greatest Mystery and Other Stories


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