1 edition of Josephine Tey found in the catalog.
Jennifer Morag Henderson
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Jennifer Morag Henderson ; foreword by Val McDermid|
|Contributions||McDermid, Val, writer of foreword|
|LC Classifications||PR6025.A2547 Z88 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 426 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates|
|Number of Pages||426|
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Josephine Tey has 34 books on Goodreads with ratings. Josephine Tey’s most popular book is The Daughter of Time (Inspector Alan Grant, #5). As Josephine Tey, she wrote six mystery novels including Scotland Yard's Inspector Alan Grant. The first of these, 'The Man in the Queue' () was published under the pseudonym of Gordon Daviot, whose name also appears on the title page of another of her novels, 'Kit An Unvarnished History'.4/5.
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She used to adopt another pseudonym of. Josephine Tey began writing full-time after the successful publication of her first novel, The Man in the Queue (), which introduced Inspector Grant of Scotland Yard. She died inleaving her entire estate to the National Trust/5(). Bestselling author Josephine Tey’s classic Josephine Tey book mystery featuring her best-loved character, Inspector Alan Grant, filled with “all the Tey magic and delight” and now featuring a /5(77).
Josephine Tey became a published author in with the novels Kif and The Man in the Queue (both writing as Gordon Daviot). She made her debut as Josephine Tey in with The Expensive Halo.
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Josephine Tey Books Josephine Tey was the pen name used by english author Elizabeth MacKintosh, a Scottish novelist popularly known for her mystery books. The author was born in Inverness, to Colin Mackintosh and Josephine.
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Josephine Tey (known as 'Beth' to her immediate family) was the pseudonym under which Miss Mackintosh published mystery novels.
Miss Mackintosh used a second pseudonym, Gordon Daviot, for plays and also in her personal life, which she guarded jealously. The Daughter of Time is a detective novel by Josephine Tey, concerning a modern police officer's investigation into the alleged crimes of King Richard III of was the last book Tey published in her lifetime, shortly before her death.
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Two For Sorrow 4. Josephine Tey is the main fictional character in all of the detective novels Nicola Upson has written. Not many people know but Josephine Tey was actually the pseudonym Elizabeth Mackintosh used in real life.
She was also a mystery novel writer and she was indeed a source of inspiration for Nicola Upson. Her novel, The Daughter of Time, was selected by the British Crime Writers’ Association as the greatest mystery novel of all time and The Franchise Affair, starring her most famous character, Inspector Alan Grant, was 11th on the same list of books.
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"Bret Farrar" is a intense look at the English upper classes and their love for well-bred horses.4/5().Josephine Tey was a pseudonym used by Elizabeth Mackintosh, a Scottish author best known for her mystery novels. She also wrote as Gordon Daviot, under which name she wrote plays with an historical theme.
In five of the mystery novels, all of which except the first she wrote under the name of Tey, the hero is Scotland Yard Inspector Alan Grant. (Grant appears in a sixth, The Franchise Affair.The Daughter of Time remains Josephine Tey’s most enduringly popular mystery.
Can a bed-ridden 20th-century detective solve a year-old crime? With illustrations by series artist Mark Smith. The Daughter of Time. Josephine Tey.