6 edition of Died in the Wool (Roderick Alleyn #13) found in the catalog.
One summer evening in 1942 Flossie Rubrick, MP, one of the most formidable women in New Zealand, goes to her husband"s wool shed to rehearse a patriotic speech -- and disappears. Three weeks later she turns up at an auction -- packed inside one of her own bales of wool and very, very dead.
Originally published by Little, Brown.
|LC Classifications||PR9639.3.M27 D54 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[viii], 245 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||245|
Died in the Wool. For the Lexicographers. She looked beyond the man at the door, through a pair of scenic book wings to the stage where an auctioneer in shirt-sleeves sat at a high rostrum, gabbling. “Just there,” said Flossie Rubrick, “on that chair . The wool sale was what it all amounted to; long musters over high country, nights spent by shepherds in tin huts on mountain sides, late snows that came down into lambing paddocks, noisy rituals of dipping, crutching, shearing; the final down-country journey of the wool bales—this was the brief and final comment on the sheep man’s working year.4/5(32).
Died in the Wool can be enjoyed if you have not read Murder, She Knit. The author provided the necessary background on the main character and the knitting club. I had some trouble getting into the book because I found Died in the Wool to be a slow starter.5/5. Buy a cheap copy of Died in the Wool (Heartsong Presents book by Janelle Mowery. Hone you investigative skills with Died in the Wool, a mystery filled with humor, suspense, and romance. Monah Trenary is battling for .
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Photojournalist Abi Logan is finally ready to put her hectic career on hold and set down roots in the heart of the Scottish countryside. Died In The Wool- is set in New Zealand during the onset of WWll. A zealous, outspoken,and very popular MP is found dead in a bail of her own wool. The question is Cited by: 1.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Died in the Wool: A Whisky Business Mystery by Melinda Mullet at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on Brand: Random House Publishing Group. World War II continues to rage on, and Inspector Alleyn continues to act as the Special Branch’s eyes and ears in New Zealand.
While his primary brief is spy-catching, he is happy to lend a hand in matters of old-fashioned policing, and that’s exactly what the Flossie Rubrick case initially appears /5(9).