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eBook Tarot Murders ePub

by Mignon Warner

  • ISBN: 0709164513
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Mignon Warner
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd (January 5, 1978)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1595 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1963 kb
  • Other: mbr doc lit azw
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 809

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Mignon Warner (Author). Another in the line of mysteries featuring Warner's claivoyant sleuth Mrs. Charles, The Tarot Murders is an easy to read, but not outstanding book.

Mignon Warner (Author). The tarot deck features in the plot (the murderer sends a card to his victim, then leaves another card on the body), and helps Mrs. Charles figure out who is behind the crimes.

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The Tarot Murders - Mignon Warner. That is, according to Professor Rupert Roxeth, the recognised authority on the Tarot called in by the Gidding police to assist them in their enquiries into the murders. The clairvoyant, Edwina Charles, when approached privately by ex-Detective Chief Superintendent David Sayer, acting on behalf of friends of his, who have a vested interest in knowing the identity of the Tarot murderer, has other ideas. Her reading of the cards left by the Tarot murderer tells an entirely different story.

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The Tarot Murders book. Mignon Warner was born in Adelaide, South Australia. She now lives in Wainhouse Corner, Wales, Great Britain, with her husband Alan Warner who is a master craftsman of magic. She is the creator of 'Mrs. Charles', an amateur sleuth. Other books in the series. Edwina Charles, Clairvoyant (9 books). Books by Mignon Warner. Mor. rivia About The Tarot Murders.

This is a novel of suspense by ever-popular Mignon Warner

This is a novel of suspense by ever-popular Mignon Warner. The book jacket concisely sums up the main ideas: Mrs. Charles, with years of expertise in occult interpretation, knows that certain Tarot cards do not predict death. Yet within hours the girl standing on her porch, seeking help, is dead, found face-down in tidewater with a Tarot card tucked inside her jacket.

My crime fiction novels cover a very wide field, specifically the Mrs Charles Murder Mysteries, The East End Nine-to-Five Shelter Gangster Thrillers, Romantic Thrillers, a Romantic Historical Thriller, a Horror Novel and children’s adventure novels.

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Comments

Meri Meri
Another in the line of mysteries featuring Warner's claivoyant sleuth Mrs. Charles, The Tarot Murders is an easy to read, but not outstanding book.

The tarot deck features in the plot (the murderer sends a card to his victim, then leaves another card on the body), and helps Mrs. Charles figure out who is behind the crimes. But I found that aspect all too confusing and pointless. I did like the heroine, but her ability to see beyond the normal senses plays no part in the tale -- it's mostly her intuitiveness that helps her uncover the murderer.
Pumpit Pumpit
I absolutely adore the character of Mrs. Charles, but the solution to this mystery comes from out of left field, with no real build up or groundwork. I don't mind being fooled by a mystery, but I should be able to look back and see the information I missed. When it's not there, I have to cry foul. Consider the stars solely for the wonderful Mrs. Charles.