Tag Archive: Josephine Tey

In bed with Josephine Tey

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As one of my jobs involves working night shifts, I’ve become accustomed to sleeping in the daytime. Working nights is not ideal long term, but I do still get a bit of a… Continue reading

Josephine Tey’s ‘A Shilling For Candles’

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When the dead body of a famous actress is discovered on the beach early one morning, circumstances point to foul play, and Inspector Alan Grant is called in to solve the mystery of… Continue reading

Beware First Impressions

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I recently got introduced to the novels of mystery writer Josephine Tey, and immediately fell in love with her brooding Inspector Grant of Scotland yard. I started with ‘The Singing Sands’ and I’m not sure whether… Continue reading

Murder Mystery On A Train, You Say? That Sounds First Class!

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My old love of the mystery novel has recently been re-ignited, and I’ve been reveling in some of the finest examples of detective fiction. Josephine Tey was an author whose name and work… Continue reading