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Query abandoned by poster > Combination of Wodehouse, Agatha Christie and someone

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message 1: by Prashant (last edited Aug 25, 2016 12:11PM) (new)

Prashant Jani | 1 comments Read the review on this book around year and half back (In "The Hindu" - Magazine).

The books is humorous and written in a combined style of P. G. Wodehouse, Agatha Christie and (I guess ... but not sure) R. K. Narayan.

Read this review in "The Hindu" - Magazine but then did not purchase this book - I regret so much.

-Jani


Snail in Danger (Sid) Nicolaides (upsight) | 289 comments I took a peek through the archives of this magazine and found some possible candidates:

http://www.hindu.com/yw/2005/07/15/st...
http://www.hindu.com/mp/2005/04/13/st...

You might find more by searching the archives, either online or the print copies. I hope you find it. :)


message 3: by Lobstergirl, au gratin (new)

Lobstergirl | 36916 comments Mod
Prashant, are you still looking for this or did you find it?


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Lobstergirl | 36916 comments Mod
Lobstergirl wrote: "Prashant, are you still looking for this or did you find it?"

No response in 2 years. Moving to Abandoned.


message 5: by SamSpayedPI (last edited Mar 04, 2021 05:38AM) (new)

SamSpayedPI | 1488 comments I might add that locked-room mystery writer John Dickson Carr (AKA Carter Dickson) was frequently compared to P.G. Wodehouse. Many people thought that Wodehouse was actually writing the Sir Henry Merrivale mysteries under a pen name.


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