To Perish In Penzance Dorothy Martin Mysteries, No 7


10 thoughts on “To Perish In Penzance (Dorothy Martin, #7)

  1. Marty Marty says:

    This is the second of the Dorothy Martin series I have read see 130 This one has Dorothy American and her English husband, Alan visiting Alan s home area of Cornwall Before retiring, Alan was chief constable for a county in southeast England His home area still remembered him as a policeman from the area who rose to a high position in law enforcement While on the force in Cornwall, Alan had been the chief inspector on a murder case that was never solved Dorothy thought it might be inte This is the second of the Dorothy Martin series I have read see 130 This one has Dorothy American and her English husband, Alan visiting Alan s home area of Cornwall Before retiring, Alan was chief constable for a county in southeast England His home area still remembered him as a policeman from the area who rose to a high position in law enforcement While on the force in Cornwall, Alan had been the chief inspector on a murder case that was never solved Dorothy thought it mig...


  2. Gail Gail says:

    This is another in the cozy mystery series featuring Dorothy Martin, ex pat American now married to retired chief constable Alan Nesbitt When the summer rain drives Dorothy to exasperation, she suggests to her husband that they repair to a sunnier locale, namely Cornwall, where Alan had joined the police force many decades ago When a murder takes place in the same smuggler s cove where a similar scenario had ...


  3. Diane Diane says:

    I love this series and this book didn t let me down An unsolved death of over thirty years ago still bothered Alan Nesbitt, Dorothy Martin s now retired chief constable husband Dorothy decides they need a vacation from Englands rain s...


  4. Beth E Beth E says:

    The problem with this book was that I got too attached to the murder victim, and her death was painful Murder mysteries are only fun with a certain detachment from the victim To a lesser degree, this was also a problem with Killing Cassidy.


  5. Anne Anne says:

    A Sweet Easy read or listen as I did in 2002 via tape read by Kate Reading.


  6. Madelyn Madelyn says:

    Another mystery by Jeanne M Dams Dorothy Martin and Alan Nesbitt, Dorothy s now retired chief constable husband decide to take a vacation to look into an unsolved mystery that had happenedthan thirty years earlier Then, a new mystery happens that they need to uncover.


  7. Bonnie Bonnie says:

    Dorothy and Alan are in their home in Sherebury, England and the rain is falling and falling In fact, it has been raining for days They start talking about his career as a Chief Constable and he tells Dorothy about a case he had thirty years ago that he could not solve and it still bothers him The girl had been about twenty years old with long blond hair and her body was found a few days after she fell from the cliffs to her death on the rocks below The action of the water and sea life made Dorothy and Alan are in their home in Sherebury, England and the rain is falling and falling In fact, it has been raining for days They start talking about his career as a Chief Constable and he tells Dorothy about a case he had thirty years ago that he could not solve and it still bothers him The girl had been about twenty years old with long blond hair and her body was found a few days after she fell from the cliffs to her death on the rocks below The action of the water and sea life made circulating a picture of her impossible, but even with a description, no one identified her no one reported a girl missing from any of the nearby villages She d been fashionably ...


  8. Susan Susan says:

    To Perish in Penzance by Jeanne M Dams is the 7th book of the Dorothy Martin mystery series set in late 20th century England Dorothy is a transplanted American, in love with her adopted country and her husband Alan, a retired chief constable An unsolved case from 30 years ago, when he was a new detective in his native Cornwall, still bothers him The present day incessant rain at their home in Sherebury bothers Dorothy The sun is shining in Cornwallso she hatches a plot to get Alan back t To Perish in Penzance by Jeanne M Dams is the 7th book of the Dorothy Martin mystery series set in late 20th century England Dorothy is a transplanted American, in love with her adopted country and her husband Alan, a retired chief constable An unsolved case from 30 years ago, when he was a new detective in his native Cornwall, still bothers him The present day incessant rain at their home in Sherebury bothers Dorothy The sun is sh...


  9. Ellen Ellen says:

    To Perish in Penzance by Jeanne M Dams.This adventure takes Dorothy and husband Alan on a holiday turned murder case in Penzance Alan has had an unsolved murder case n the back of his mind for years thirty years to be exact That case had taken place in Penzance among the many caves Upon entering Penzance they came into contact with other people on holiday Among those people were an elderly woman and her daughter Strange observations about that pair stood out in Dorothy s mind Shortly the To Perish in Penzance by Jeanne M Dams.This adventure takes Dorothy and husband Alan on a holiday turned murder case in Penzance Alan has had an unsolved murder case n the back ...


  10. Marcia Marcia says:

    Actual Rating 1 2A strong entry in the Dorothy Martin series where we learn muchabout Alan s background and police career Opening lines September in England can be quite a lovely time of the year The roses pretend that June is only just past, the trees cling to their green summer drapery, the flower beds delight both eye and nose with their extravagant profusion Days have grown a bit shorter, true, but twilight lingers long in sweet, gentle melancholy, and when night comes, the air Actual Rating 1 2A strong entry in the Dorothy Martin series where we learn muchabout Alan s background and police career Opening lines September in England can be quite a lovely time of the year The roses pretend that June is only just past, the trees cling to their green summer drapery, the flower ...