Coroner's LunchA Dr Siri Murder Mystery

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Life has taken a funny turn for Siri Paiboun. After years in obscurity, his country needs him. He is to be their only coroner. Because he's the only doctor left. It's not as flattering as it could be, and when one of the leaders' wives turns up in …

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    Life has taken a funny turn for Siri Paiboun. After years in obscurity, his country needs him. He is to be their only coroner. Because he's the only doctor left. It's not as flattering as it could be, and when one of the leaders' wives turns up in his hot, shabby, smelly morgue, and he's expected to solve her murder, things take a turn for the worse. He has no experience, training or equipment to speak of, and his only hope are his two trusty assistants - neither of whom know anything either - and his own mental resources. As if this weren't enough, the tortured bodies of several soldiers start floating to the surface of a lake and this second case is even more politically charged than his first. Only Siri's wit, charm and sense of the ridiculous will get him through this...


    'Cotterill has a wonderful sense of farce... a delightful book.' Sydney Morning Herald. 'Colin Cotterill's novel sharply captures the confusion after the revolution, and its hero, at turns cynical and humane, is an absolute diamond' Daily Telegraph 'Cotterill's depiction of this exotic, troubled country is fascinating, and his light touch makes Siri, with his humanity and strange dreams, a very appealing character.' Guardian.

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    Detaljer

    Format
    E-Bok
    Kopisperre
    DRM
    Filformat
    EPUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2007
    Forlag
    Quercus Publishing
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781849164405

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