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  • Mrs Bradley is an amateur sleuth to rival Miss Marple… A cackling, leering, hooting delight… Added to the interest of the murder itself, we can delight in the picture of society that the novels afford, in the way that a photograph of a long-gone street can fascinate and charm… I just let it all wash over me, soak up the atmosphere, and revel in the character of the detective. I am delighted to have made Mrs Bradley’s acquaintance

    Nicholas Lezard, Guardian
  • One of the ‘Big Three’ female mystery novelists, judged the equal of Dorothy L Sayers and Agatha Christie

  • If a relaxing diversion is of the essence for a good holiday, a Gladys Mitchell novel is a must

    Daily Mail

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