The Black Dudley Murder by Margery Allingham (1988-10-05)

The Black Dudley Murder by Margery Allingham

  • Title: The Black Dudley Murder by Margery Allingham (1988-10-05)
  • Author: Margery Allingham
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    • Margery Allingham est moins connue que sa consœur Agatha Christie et on les compare souvent (à l'époque elles étaient également célèbres). Je conseille de découvrir son univers, qui est cependant plus proche des "Beresford" que d'Hercule Poirot ou Miss Marple, pour les amateurs. Plus d'aventures que d'énigmes pourrait-on dire.


    • A bit of a twist on the unlikely hero trope. One of the great mystery set-ups, a house party in a huge old family pile suddenly goes sideways when the hi-jinks of the eight young people guests of young Wyatt turns deadly for the old patriarch, uncle Wyatt. Suddenly big nasties in the form of unpleasant Germans who were assumed to be caregivers of wheelchair bound old uncle Wyatt announce no-one leaves the party in this hidden country manor until an undefined something that the Germans' believe s [...]


    • Between the 1989 TV series and several paper books, I had been exposed to a great many of Marjorie Allingham's Campion stories, so I was interested to read this, the first of her works in which he appears. The fine writing and generally clever plotting that I had come to expect from Allingham were here, but the Mr. Campion we encounter is quite different from the incarnation in subsequent books. For one thing, in this novel he is a subsidiary character, and for another he is rather a shady ind [...]


    • This is an early mystery about Albert Campion in which he plays the part of a rather silly guest at a house party at an estate names Black Dudley. There are sinister villains, international criminals, really, freaky bad guys, all of which Campion takes care of in an offhand, almost indifferent manner until things heat up. It is early Allingham who had not yet got into her stride with her hero and his adventures. Recommended for readers interested in the development of both Campion and Alling [...]


    • How good it is to have the birth of Albert Campion in a large sized paperbound edition, as well, now, on Kindle. The year of original publication was 1929 but nothing about it has grown stale or is dated. Well, not quite nothing. Apparently,solid citizens carried firearms at will and doing 60 miles an hour in a car was flying. More importantly, Campion is not the protagonist but rather is an agent of a nefarious figure. While he plays an important role, it is a young physician, frequently a con [...]


    • This is the first appearance by Albert Campion; he was a work in progress, and it shows. Fortunately Allingham dropped most of his silly-ass mannerisms in later books, and produced plots that were a tad less "ripping yarns" outlandish. Still, it's a fun read, especially when the arch-villain mastermind is confronted with the local hunt and makes the serious, serious error of trying to frighten them off by shooting one of the hounds. Allingham has a way with a neatly-turned phrase.


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