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Appleby andthe Ospreys

Michael Innes

Appleby andthe Ospreys

by Michael Innes

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Published by Gollancz in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Michael Innes.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6037.T466
The Physical Object
Pagination188p. ;
Number of Pages188
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22328751M
ISBN 100575039167

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Appleby And The Ospreys book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Clusters, a great country house, is troubled by bats, as Lor /5(2).

As always with Michael Innes's mysteries, you can enjoy "Appleby and the Ospreys" for its sophisticated, veddy upper-class British dialogue, as well as for the fiendish commission and solution of the murder H.R.F.

Keating in his book, "Crime & Mystery: the Best Books," says this about our literate ex-Commissioner of New Scotland Yard/5(5).

John Appleby was born in or (in Silence Observed Appleby andthe Ospreys book states that his age is fifty-three). He first appeared as a youthful Detective Inspector in Death at the Presidents Lodging in and retired from Scotland Yard just after World War II.

He then reappeared as Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, now with a knighthood; and, despite Author: Michael Innes. In this particular Appleby mystery, Sir John, lately retired from Scotland Yard, is lunching at Clusters, the neighboring Osprey estate.

Most of the luncheon chit-chat concerns bats in the church belfry, and the reader is gently introduced to the people who will soon be suspects in the murder of Lord always with Michael Innes's mysteries, you can enjoy "Appleby and the Ospreys" for 5/5(1).

Inspector John Appleby of the Scotland Yard is a creation of Michael Innes. There’s an excellent annotated list of all Michael Innes’ works that point out about the great mystery of Inspector Appleby, how he jumped from taking up early retirement as being a police inspector at the Scotland Yard to become an Assistant Commissioner of Police at the time when he appears as Sir John Appleby in.

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Keating in his book, "Crime & Mystery: the Best Books," says this about our literate ex-Commissioner of New Scotland Yard:Reviews: 5.

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Appleby and the Ospreys was published in the year Innes turned eighty and laid down his pen for good, passing away eight years later inbut he had lived a long life that covered one of the most turbulent centuries in human history and you can find some reflections in this book – like an attempt to link the past with the present.

There are references to Edgar Allan Poe's "The Purloined. The last of the Innes novels, 'Appleby and the Ospreys', was published insome eight years before his death in His work is still very highly regarded and 'Appleby's End' and 'The New Sonia Wayward' were chosen by H.R.F.

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Clusters, a great country house, is troubled by bats, as Lord and Lady Osprey complain to their guests, who include first rate detective, Sir John Appleby.

In the matter of bats, Appleby is indifferent, but he is soon faced with a real challenge - the murder of Lord Osprey. Sir John Appleby is a fictional detective created by Michael Innes in the s who appeared in many novels and short stories.

Appleby had perhaps the longest career of any of the great detectives. In Silence Observed he states that his age is fifty-three, which, if the action of the book takes place in the year of publication, would mean that he was born in or Clusters, a great country house, is troubled by bats, as Lord and Lady Osprey complain to their guests, who include first rate detective, Sir John Appleby.

In the matter of bats, Appleby is indifferent, but he is soon faced with a real challenge—t. The osprey is a large bird of prey with a metre wingspan.

They feed exclusively on fish which are caught after a spectacular dive. After suffering a drastic decline in the UK, the Osprey is now faring much better with breeding pairs in Scotland and more than 25 pairs in England and Wales thanks to a concerted conservation effort, including a successful translocation project at Rutland.

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