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Her characters are wonderfully drawn from real people who populated the London theater world of that era. An Expert in Murder is an erudite tour de force, teeming with literary pseudonyms and disguised identities. It is also a lovely layered puzzle with an ending that would have delighted Tey.
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Nicola Upson. They just accept her for what she is. I dread to think how this has affected them. Said affliction is partially due to reuniting with Penrose, her beloved real-life Alan Grant. She set off for Loe House, leaving the lake behind for a moment…she saw Archie on his way over to meet her and realized to her surprise that she was a little nervous of seeing him, too.
It was over a year since they had spent any amount of time together—and that had been in the middle of a murder inquiry which affected them both deeply…. Now they are part of this closely-knit Cornish community with its strong bonds and even stronger grudges.
They [Archie and Josephine] sat down on the edge of the bridge for a moment. Looking back towards the lake…. The boat by the Lodge is for the final night. You see, the Loe was where Excalibur was thrown when Arthur died. She raised a doubtful eyebrow…. Her Tey is warm, wise, witty, urbane, sociable, mischievous, a bit of a clotheshorse, and very with it; whereas the real Tey was almost a recluse.
As Robert Barnard said elsewhere, she is a writer who lives by her works alone. Such a character is completely at odds with the Tey that emerges from her own novels. These two novels are truly grand pieces of literary detection with an ensemble cast directed with real flair. The ending of Angel with Two Faces brings about a consolidation of the criminal plot and neatly paves the way for the next volume in the series.
The question arises, do you have to have read Tey to enjoy these books? Although Lochdubh and the neighbouring town of Strathbane are fictional places, the series refers to real Scottish towns such as Dornoch , Dingwall and Inverness. So Hamish Macbeth was born. Running for three series between and , the titular police officer was played by Robert Carlyle.
The first and second series comprised six episodes and the third had an additional two-part series finale to make eight episodes. The series bore little relation to the content of Beaton's novels. Macbeth and Lochdubh were retained, in name at least, but little else survived. The author was not happy with the TV series. The TV adaptations took several liberties with the plots, combining elements from several novels into each episode, changing the details enough to make them work together.
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While Beaton was not happy with the changes, the TV series developed a loyal fan base, and many viewers have since come to know the Hamish Macbeth that Beaton originally created. Her earlier novels are being reprinted and re-released to fill the gaps between new volumes.
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