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[Epub] ↠ Sweet Danger (Albert Campion Mystery #5) Author Margery Allingham – Eiyo.us

Sweet Danger (Albert Campion Mystery #5) The Impoverished Fitton Family Inhabit A Run Down Mill In A Suffolk Village, And Suspect Their Brother Is Heir To Averna, Suddenly Oil Rich After An Earthquake The British Government Assign Albert Campion To Find The True Owners The Requisite Proof Of Lineage Involves An Ancient Riddle, Stolen Drum, Long Lost Bell, Priceless Crown, And A Ruby Necklace.UK Title SWEET DANGERalso Published As THE FEAR SIGN

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ↠ Sweet Danger (Albert Campion Mystery #5) Author Margery Allingham – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    Ms Allingham, you can t just slap some Ruritanian Romance into your mystery It does not work, just like the Holy Grail stand in, tower of mystery trappings in Look to the Lady didn t work And while I m being blunt, the gritty crime action You re not so hot at that, either Stick to the standard parlor mystery with clues n stuff you do that so much better There s not much mystery in this mystery the good guys representing the Brit...


  2. says:

    Una b squeda del tesoro con pistas, valientes detectives, peleas y malos malosos que quieren acabar con nuestros protagonistas, pero solo al final, que antes queda anticlim tico.Margery Allingham consigue una historia muy entretenida y divertida, con personajes que caen simp ticos El misterio no es tan importante Lo divertido es la persecuci n de las pistas el contrato, la corona y el tambor , con ese sabor tan de pel cula cl sica de los a os 30 0 40.No es nada del otro mundo, si se analiza c Una b squeda del tesoro con pistas, valientes detectives, peleas y malos malosos que quieren acabar con nuestros protagonistas, pero solo al final, que antes queda anticlim tico.Margery Allingham consigue una historia muy entretenida y divertida, con personajes que caen simp ticos El misterio no es tan importante Lo divertido es la persecuci n de las pistas el contrato, la corona ...


  3. says:

    I never know if I am going to enjoy Allingham s Campion books since they are erratic This one didn t make a whole lot of sense and I never knew exactly what was going one since there are so many holes in the plot that are never explained This story is concerned with the restoration of a title, the hunt for the objects that will provide proof, witchcraft, and the secret machinations of big business to get their hands on land belonging ...


  4. says:

    This is a bit Raiders of the Lost Document Ark in rural Suffolk I found Campion s omnipotence a bit trying in this book and some of the escapes from death and injury caused me to roll my eyes While Allingham maintains her skill with pace and description, this story would besuited to a film genre where belief can beeasily suspended As it is, this reader found it hard to maintain interest through the complexity and detail of the plot and sub plots, finding some of it indulgence on t This is a bit Raiders of the Lost Document Ark in rural Suffolk I found Campion s omnipotence a bit trying in this book and some of the escapes from death and injury caused me to roll my eyes While Allingham maintains her skill with pace and description, this story would besuited to a film genre where belief can beeasily suspended As it is, this reader found it hard to maintain in...


  5. says:

    This is outright adventure, with discredited heirs, regal impersonations, postage stamp kingdoms, international implications, and a whale of a treasure hunt.The story itself is great fun, but Amanda Fitton makes it her own Flame haired, talking a mile a minute, reviving ancient motor cars, turning an old mill house into a battery charger, and knowing farabout what s going on than ...


  6. says:

    Who is the heir to Averna Are there any Pontisbrights left to claim this small estate that has suddenly become a much coveted prize property The dispute over a small parcel of land that an earthquake has revealed to be valuable property will only be settled when proof of the inheritance is foundThere s every evidence that on the land behind the castle there s an untapped oil field Albert Campion, along with the help of three friends and the irrepressible Lugg , is assigned to the case Th Who is the heir to Averna Are there any Pontisbrights left to claim this small estate that has suddenly become a much coveted prize property The dispute over a small parcel of land that an earthquake has revealed to be valuable property will only be settled when proof of the inheritance is foundThere s every evidence that on the land behind the castle there s an untapped oil field Albert Campion, along with the help of three friends and the irrepressible Lugg , is assigned to the case The search for a British heir takes him from a hotel in France to a small village in Suffolk, where hidden clues are to be found Throw...


  7. says:

    So far, this may be my favorite Campion in the series I haven t read them all yet, but up to this point, definitely my favorite I m amazed that so many people here gave it such low ratings, but to each his own, I suppose I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a good adventure story, because it s not so much a mystery, but ratherof a suspense adventure type thing I would also say that if you ve been following Campion up to this point, you re going to really enjoy this one In a So far, this may be my favorite Campion in the series I haven t read them all yet, but up to this point, definitely my favorite I m amazed that so many people here gave it such low ratings, but to each his own, I suppose I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a good adventure story, because it s not so much a mystery, but ratherof a suspense adventure type thing I would also say that if you ve been following Campion up to this point, you re going to really enjoy this one In a nutshell, the story goes something like this Guffy Randall has just dropped his mother off at an Italian spa, and is on his way home when he calls in at a hotel he knows quite well It seems the manager is quite upset because of three rather odd people staying there, the main one being the Hereditary Paladin of Averna, or...


  8. says:

    When you pick up a book by one of the Grand Old Dames of mystery you may have certain expectations a fine country house bursting at the seams with family including an ing nue and the neer do well son just back from Australia or the continent, the faithful gossipy cook, an absent minded vicar and his bossy wife If you re expecting that in this book you ll be disappointed From the opening scene I felt like I was reading a farce rather than a serious mystery, as Campion is posing as the ruler When you pick up a book by one of the Grand Old Dames of mystery you may have certain expectations a fine country house bursting at the seams with family including an ing nue and the neer do well son just back from Australia or the continent, the faithful gossipy cook, an absent minded vicar and his bossy wife If you re expecting that in this book you ll be disappointed From the opening scene I felt like I was reading a farce rather than a serious mystery, as Campion is posing as the ruler of a tiny country no one s ever heard of in hopes of flushing out some information The story then turns into an odd sort of treasure hunt with three young siblings, Mary, Amanda and Hal, holding the clues in their run down mill Amanda is a delightful character, just 17 and clearly a sort of geek for her generation, she loves electricity and making useful things from scraps She s also spunky and chatty, two characteristics that make her ...


  9. says:

    This book makes quite a lotsense than the 1980s TV episode Part of that may be that I saw it in Spanish, butI think had to do with the changes the scriptwriters made Having said that, I much prefer Campion as a detective than as a James Bondy wannabe This isBulldog Drummond than Holmes or Wimsey The problem boils down to this Allingham seems to be running two entirely different stories in tandem, one with a very unsuccessful woo woo factor, and the other a race to get the This book makes quite a lotsense than the 1980s TV episode Part of that may be that I saw it in Spanish, butI think had to do with the changes the scriptwriters made Having said that, I much prefer Campion as a detective than as a James Bondy wannabe This isBulldog Drummond than Holmes or Wimsey The problem boils down to this Allingham seems to be running two entirely different stories in tandem, one with a very unsuccessful woo woo factor, and the other a race to get the proofs to own a tract of land thatnobody wants The woo.woo is unsuccessful because she can t just give in to it and write it in realistically inverted commas intended no, she has to give it a rational explanationwhich isn t very convincing either Allingham just can t keep out of the water, can she There s...


  10. says:

    Margery Allingham is an old favorite, and every decade or two I go back and re read the books This is one I hadn t looked at in a long time it was fun to rediscover it but just a bit of a disappointment, as I last read it in callow, wide eyed wonderment Allingham s books gotserious and credible as the years w...

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