Service of All the Dead

Service of All the Dead

Colin Dexter


"[MORSE IS] the main PRICKLY, immodest, AND certainly superb DETECTIVE due to the fact HERCULE POIROT."
--The big apple instances booklet Review
This time Inspector Morse brings the imposition on himself. He might have been traveling in Greece rather than investigating a homicide that the police have lengthy due to the fact written off. yet he reveals the crime--the brutal killing of a suburban churchwarden--fascinating. in reality, he uncovers no longer one homicide yet , for the deadly fall of St. Frideswides vicar from the church tower Morse reckons to be homicide besides. And as he digs into the lives and unsanctified lusts of the past due vicar's erring flock, the record of the lifeless grows longer. now not even the oddly beautiful girl he unearths scrubbing the church ground can compensate Morse for the difficulty he is permit himself in for. So he has one other pint, follows his hunches, and units out to untangle the lethal enterprise of murder. . . .
"A BRILLIANTLY PLOTTED DETECTIVE STORY."
--Evening normal (London)
"WILY. . . ELEGANT."
--Observer (London)

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