Last Bus to Woodstock

Last Bus to Woodstock

Book - 1975
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Publisher: London : Macmillan, 1975.
ISBN: 9780333179291
0333179293
Branch Call Number: X
Characteristics: 256 p. ; 21 cm.

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Colin Dexter, the British grammar school teacher turned author who created the curmudgeonly detective Inspector Morse, died on March 21 at the age of 86. No cause was provided.


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manoletters
Feb 20, 2021

After the overly extensive description of every last detail in the first three chapters, I gave up. Colin Dexter's heavy-handed focus on detail doesn't help move the story along. Just get on with it, a reader's imagination is a good thing.

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FloraWest
Jan 21, 2021

Such a strong first book-no wonder it lead to twelve more books in the series.
If you like British mysteries and haven't read Morse yet, you're in for a treat.

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FrancescaNZ
Jun 08, 2019

Dexter takes you on a journey that isn’t going to disappoint. Loved the book and the usual Lewis/Morse innuendos

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kimh454
Apr 14, 2018

I loved this mystery novel. It was the second one I've read by Colin Dexter.

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robbinsj
Mar 25, 2017

First Inspector Morse book

AuntJane Oct 11, 2016

After enjoying Endeavor and Inspector Lewis on PBS, I thought I would go and read all the Morse novels. I loved this, very suspenseful and a great way to stretch your vocabulary!

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storywizard
Mar 30, 2016

really great read, a whole afternoon's worth...nice intro to the series highly recommended

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Lego_ergo_sum
Jan 20, 2015

Dexter's first Morse. Excellent. Keeps you guessing to the end. Unlike his other's, he hasn't included quotes at the start of each chapter.

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