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Dexter, Colin. THE REMORSEFUL DAY - MacMillan 2000

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The Remorseful Day by Colin Dexter. 2000 - MacMillan. For sale is a first edition, later printing. fine used hardback book in a very good dust jacket.

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For sale is a fine hardback copy of the novel, The Remorseful Day by Colin Dexter, published in 2000 by MacMillan.

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Title The Remorseful Day
Author Colin Dexter
Publisher MacMillan
Edition first edition, later printing
Copyright Year 2000
ISBN 033376157x
Cover Price 16.99
No. Pages 374
Dimensions 24 cm x 16 cm
Weight (kg) 0.7

The book is a first edition, later printing as evidenced by an incomplete numberline on the copyright page.

The book has black boards and gold lettering. The boards have no knocks or signs of wear. Internally there are no marks or inscriptions. The pages are clean and white, have no tears or creases, and the binding is tight and square.

The very good dust jacket is complete showing the original cover price of £16.99.It has very light surface markings.

Overall a fine copy of a novel by a popular author.

The book is not an ex library book, it has no remainder marks or publisher's stamps.


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Colin Dexter

Graduated from Cambridge University in 1953 and has lived in Oxford since 1966.

His first Novel, Last Bus to Woodstock, was published in 1975. There are now thirteen novels in the series, of which The remorseful day is, sadly, the last.

Colin dexter has won many awards for his novels, including the CWA Silver dagger twice, and the CWA gold dagger for The Wench is Dead and The way through the Woods. In 1997 he was presented with the CWA Diamond Dagger for outstanding services to crime literature.



Synopsis of this title

For a year, the murder of Yvonne Harrison has baffled Thames Valley CID. But one man has yet to tackle the case - and it is just the sort of puzzle at which Chief Inspector Morse excels. So why will he not lead the reinvestigation, despite two anonymous phone calls that hint at new evidence?

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Publishers Weekly

The first Inspector Morse novel, Last Bus to Woodstock, appeared a quarter-century ago. This finale to a grand series presents a moving elegy to one of mystery fiction's most celebrated and popular characters. The murder of nurse Yvonne Harrington two years earlier remains unsolved, but the Oxford police receive an anonymous tip that prompts them to revive their investigation. Morse's superior, Chief Superintendent Strange, wants him to take over the case, but Morse is stubbornly and curiously reluctant to do so. Morse's faithful dogsbody, the long-suffering Sergeant Lewis, is left wondering whether Morse himself is some how connected to the crime, since the inspector had encountered the murder victim during a stay in the hospital. It falls to Lewis to do most of the delving, with Morse prompting him along the way. The case seems impenetrable until the murder of burglar Harry Repp - though what could be the connection to the original murder? Lewis continues to probe while Morse remains his oracular self. Dexter has fashioned another brilliantly intricate puzzle, one of his finest, with the valedictory tone of the highest possible note, perfectly pitched.


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