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Catherine Aird is the pseudonym of English novelist Kinn Hamilton McIntosh MBE. She is the author of more than twenty crime fiction novels and several collections of short stories. Her witty, literate, and deftly plotted novels straddle the "cozy" and "police procedural" genres and are somewhat similar in flavour to those of Martha Grimes, Caroline Graham, M C Beaton, Margaret Yorke, and Pauline Bell. She is a recipient of the Cartier Diamond Dagger award.
by Catherine Aird First published August 1995. Injury Time (Inspector Sloan Rate this book. Published September 23rd 1994 by Macmillan Crime. Hardcover, 176 pages. Author(s): Catherine Aird. Injury Time (Inspector Sloan Published August 1st 1995 by St. Martin's Press. ISBN: 0312130953 (ISBN13: 9780312130954). Injury Time (Inspector Sloan, Published June 2nd 2015 by Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller.
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Sloan, C. D. (Fictitious character), Police. New York : St. ed. External-identifier. urn:acs6:injurytime00aird:pdf:50f-7644fb458446 urn:acs6:injurytime00aird:epub:c19-28a35f970cbf urn:oclc:record:1035710484. Brown University Library.
Injury Time delivers captivating tales of intrigue wrapped in Catherine Aird’s tightly woven logic, sealed with the bow of enigma. These quick-fire mysteries run the gamut, with fresh twists on old classics and delightfully unique stories involving old friends from the C. Sloan Mysteries. Detective Constable Crosby’s wayward attention seemed to have been engaged at last. Funny!’ barked the Superintendent. Since when, may I ask, has there been anything funny about murder?’ ‘Not murder itself, sir,’ responded Crosby earnestly. I meant that I thought that the word for that sort of murder was a funny on.
Published by Macmillan London, London (1994)
ISBN 13: 9780333625897. Published by Macmillan London, London (1994). ISBN 10: 0333625897 ISBN 13: 9780333625897.
Sixteen short puzzlers from the inimitable Catherine Aird, author of the acclaimed C. Sloan Mysteries A professional. Thriller & Crime. One fee. Stacks of books.
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