Two times winner of the British Science Fiction Award, Eric Brown is the author of thirty science fiction novels and numerous short story collections. He writes a monthly review column for the Guardian. He has written five previous Langham & Dupre mysteries, Murder by the Book, Murder at the Chase, Murder at the Loch, Murder Take Three and Murder Takes a Turn. Born in Haworth, West Yorkshire, he now lives near Dunbar in Scotland.
Well-realized characters and a beautifully evoked setting * <b><i>Booklist</i></b> on <b><i>Murder Takes a Turn</i></b> * Charming . . . Fans of traditional country house mysteries will be gratified * <b><i>Publishers Weekly</i></b> on <b><i>Murder Takes a Turn</i></b> * Appealing characters, lively dialogue, and some thought-provoking observations on post-WWII social changes in Britain * <b><i>Publishers Weekly</i></b> on <b><i>Murder Served Cold</i></b> * Another fine entry in a reliably entertaining series * <b><i>Booklist</i></b> on <b><i>Murder Served Cold</i></b> * A classic English mystery with plenty of unexpected plot twists * <b>Kirkus Reviews</b> * Clever plot twists spin the dramatic premise into a gripping tale. Agatha Christie fans will have fun * <b>Publishers Weekly</b> * Brown . has a real knack for historical mystery; his version of Britain in the 1950s, especially the social strata that existed at the time, is vividly re-created and striking in its verisimilitude * <b>Booklist</b> *