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Cleverly evokes Christie in latest whodunit

By Clea Simon
Globe Correspondent / August 9, 2004

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Pity poor Joe Sandilands. The dashing detective has done his duty in both war and peace. A veteran of the Great War ("The Damascened Blade" takes place in 1922) and of two previous murder cases ("The Last Kashmiri Rose" and "Ragtime in Simla"), the Scotland Yard detective has been trying to take a vacation since the beginning of his second ... (Full Article: 791 Words)

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