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Oscar Wilde and a Death of No Importance

Oscar Wilde and a Death of No Importance
    
Oscar Wilde and a Death of No Importance
Brandreth, Gyles
EAN/ISBN: 9781416534839
Price: $14.00

Format:   Trade Paperback
Date Received:   01/06/2008
Date Published:   Jan 2008
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1st in the Oscar Wilde series, writer and sodomite, late Victorian London England

Mystery Lovers Review:
Among the best new series introduction I’ve read in quite awhile. Brandreth, who is a British biographer of some note, has selected Oscar Wilde as his detective in this historical novel redolent of period atmosphere. Oscar Wilde and his friend Robert Sherrard (who actually existed) take on the case of the disappearing corpse, and fortunately they are persistent since the police are of no real assistance. I highly recommend this witty (true to Oscar Wilde’s talents), literary jaunt into Victorian times. Hopefully, Oscar Wilde will prove to be an active detective and additional books will follow swiftly. [LM]


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