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De Cock en moord à la carte (De Cock #33)

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De bekentenis op een menukaart brengt inspecteur De Cock en zijn assistent Vledder dichter bij de oplossing van een moord die een jaar eerder gepleegd werd.
Paperback, 139 pages
Published 2003 by De Fontein (first published April 1990)
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grundoon
Whether through an inaccurate list or just brainfart, I accidentally read this one out (way out) of sequence. Skipping ahead a dozen-ish installments, I was pleased to find that constant repetition of DeKok's quirks has tapered off considerably, though am left wondering about other changes from when I left off. This one began endearingly, and the case intrigued - the original must certainly have been a puzzler - but those turn out to have been the high points, as the play-through of the case sim ...more
Bev
According to Goodreads, DeKok & Murder on the Menu is the 33rd installment in the series by Dutch author A. C. Baantjer. By my count, it's number 31--but no matter. At 30-something, DeKok is a well-established character and it is obvious that Baantjer is quite comfortable with his inspector. He has given us an older detective (older by the 1990s when this was published)--who is bemused by modern technology and a little put off by the fast-pace of modern life. He is a slow-moving, slow-talkin ...more
Sylvia
A re-read. I love re-reading these stories, because they are so predictable, but always different.
This episod starts with a menu. On its backside is a written confession of a murder. The victim mentioned has indeed been murdered. De Cock and his assistant Vledder awaits a new and very curious case with a vanished collection of books and a disappearing widow.
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ALBERT CORNELIS BAANTJER is the most widely read author in the Netherlands and has written more than fifty "DeKok" titles. He has also written other fiction and nonfiction and wrote a daily column in a Dutch newspaper. He was an inspector with the Amsterdam Police for thirty-eight years. Baantjer lived in Medemblik, The Netherlands.
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