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A Baffling Murder at the Midsummer Ball: 2 Paperback – Large Print, 8 December 2021
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T E Kinsey grew up in London and read history at Bristol University. He worked for a number of years as a magazine features writer before falling into the glamorous world of the Internet, where he edited content for a very famous entertainment website for quite a few years more. After helping to raise three children, learning to scuba dive and to play the drums and mandolin (though never, disappointingly, all at the same time), he decided the time was right to get back to writing. A Baffling Murder at the Midsummer Ball is the second story in the Dizzy Heights series. His website is at www.tekinsey.uk and you can follow him on Twitter @tekinsey as well as on Facebook: www.facebook.com/tekinsey.
- Publisher : Thorndike Press Large Print; Large type / Large print edition (8 December 2021)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1432892916
- ISBN-13 : 978-1432892913
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Only thing is out of a large jazz ensemble, 3 main characters shone and the others were consigned to the background, to the point where their names where mentioned and I wondered who they even were. Not major but they were almost confusing tagalongs in the story.
Overall pretty fun though.