Give Death a Name

Give Death a Name

She lost her memory – now her life is at risk.
Classic crime from one of the greats of the Detection Club

When lawyer-detective Arthur Crook bumped into a woman called Barbara on the parade at Beachampton it became apparent she had no idea who she was. She had been closely involved in the sudden deaths of two rich old ladies but something had instinctively prevented her from going to the police.

Now Barbara finds herself under grave suspicion and fighting for her life. But will Arthur Crook be able to untangle the mystery?

‘No author is more skilled at making a good story seem brilliant’ Sunday Express
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 14th March 2014

Price: £7.99

ISBN-13: 9781471910074

Reviews

Unquestionably a most intelligent author. Gifts of ingenuity, style and character drawing
SUNDAY TIMES
Anthony Gilbert shared with other successful crime writers a combination of writing talent and clever plotting skills necessary to make it in detective fiction's Golden Age ... Along with Agatha Christie [he] had a talent to deceive
mysteryfile.com
If there is one author whose books need to be widely available, it is Gilbert
Inkquilletc.blogspot
Fast, light, likeable
NEW YORK TIMES
Anthony Gilbert's novels show the unsensational type of detective story at its best
DAILY TELEGRAPH
No author is more skilled at making a good story seem brilliant
SUNDAY EXPRESS