Coffin on Murder Street

When a small boy disappears from the notorious Regina Street in the Second City of London, Chief Commander John Coffin takes on the case From one of the most universally praised English mystery authors.Regina Street, nicknamed Murder Street, has known than its fair share of murders and violent deaths and one inhabitant predicts that worse is yet to come The localWhen a small boy disappears from the notorious Regina Street in the Second City of London, Chief Commander John Coffin takes on the case From one of the most universally praised English mystery authors.Regina Street, nicknamed Murder Street, has known than its fair share of murders and violent deaths and one inhabitant predicts that worse is yet to come The local police dismiss him as an eccentric, but then a small boy disappears.Chief Commander John Coffin takes on the case, and discovers that the boy s mother, a young actress, is something of an enigma herself And soon the story behind the boy s disappearance unfolds into a history of jealousy and love.
Coffin on Murder Street When a small boy disappears from the notorious Regina Street in the Second City of London Chief Commander John Coffin takes on the case From one of the most universally praised English mystery author

  • Title: Coffin on Murder Street
  • Author: Gwendoline Butler
  • ISBN: 9780312291730
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Coffin on Murder Street”

    1. A local coach firm does tours which take it in the sites of murders on Coffin's patch. One day a coach load of people disappear into thin air. But that is only the start of John Coffin's problems. His relationship with friend and former lover, actress Stella Pinero seems a little cool and he is under fire by one of the local MPs. There is a former child murderer in the area and veiled threats are being made against the child of an actress friend of Stella's. Plenty to keep Coffin occupied.I foun [...]

    2. This is a quite enjoyable murder mystery set in London following John Coffin as he tries to solve the disappearance of a Terror Tour and locate a missing boy while protecting his department from the politicians and keeping his social life on track. Although the story had many twists and turns and plenty of red herrings to keep you guessing I found I couldn't connect to the characters that well, for reasons I'm not sure of. They were all well written and had enough depth to make them seem fairly [...]

    3. This book was an easy read yet kept me intrigued to the end. Set in London so the speech can seem a little off at times if you're not used to it. It had twist and turns that weren't unbelievable but nothing boring. You got to know the characters pretty well but not overly like a lot of books try to do. You sorta learn as you go along about character relationships. Some readers are kinda squeamish about murder mysteries but this isn't graphic or bursting with foul language. I'm looking forward to [...]

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