3 edition of Accounting for Murder found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||August 2, 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
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A Shark Out of Water 1997 as R. Henissart practiced law in New York and then returned to the Boston area to become the chief legal counsel for Raytheon. NYPD Lieutenant Timothy Hanratty Barney Martin and Joe, Police Sergeant Charles Walker are assigned to the case, in which all fingers point to Grady, while additional blackmail threats continue around the agency.
This 1964 Wall Street murder mystery was often fun to read, but the story never generated any real suspense or grabbed my interest. There are my honest thoughts and opinions. It's a series of cleverly-observed character studies and situations that never really cohere into an engaging mystery story. But enough background, the bo I quite like murder mysteries and especially the older ones think: Chandler, Hammett, Sayers, Crispin but I was surprised to find I had never heard of this prodigious duo.
- Yes What kind of sex: - actual description of sex Unusual forms of death - poisoning Unusual form of death? Accounting for Murder only females here are wives, daughters and secretaries. The stories are very well-written, intelligent, and the contain some dry humor. If you don't win, I hope you'll check out the series some other way.
A Stitch in Time 1968• I do have step-children, but two daughters not a son and a daughter. That might not matter too much, except the leader of the Stockholder's Protest Committee is Clarence Fortinbras, author of the famous textbook on accounting, and a man who loves using numbers to ferret out a company's secrets. The usual cast of characters at the Sloan, and elsewhere on Wall Accounting for Murder, show up and participate. Apparently these have been fixed in the titles I've purchased so far.
I really enjoy these forays, as well as the minor characters we meet as the stories develop. 22, 2020, led FBI agents to what they now call a murder-for-hire plot — one carried out in part by the same woman found dead in the Everglades.
For each book they determined the basic structure and major characters, then wrote alternate chapters, with Latsis writing the first chapter, and Henissart the last. 3rd of 37 best selling Emma Lathen mysteries featuring SVP of the Sloan Guaranty Trust, John Putnam Thatcher, who gets to the bottom of things by cutting through various business goings on, a famous accountant who swooped down on a company to examine the books, dissident shareholders, community groups, and others to examine the financial motives in order to nail the killer.
The trend is surely even more notable now. A solid 3 stars The Series: Thatcher is an intelligent, detached, wry observer of human nature; a widower with almost no social life.
I don't think he ever ages, even though the books were written between 1961 and 1997.
Unexpected Developments aka A Flaw in the System 1983 References [ ]• On the one hand, commodifying memory potentially cheapens it.
There's a sweetly cynical cast to everyone in these books that I enjoy.