Un nuevo misterio para Gervase Fen
As ingenious as Agatha Christie and as hilarious as P. G. Wodehouse, Edmund Crispin, one of the masters of the English detective novel, presents us in Murder in the Cathedral a new mystery full of eccentric characters, ghosts who are not, teenagers fond of black masses and Nazi spies.
The fussy professor and amateur detective Gervase Fen has for the summer left his beloved Oxford University to go to the seaside town of Tolnbridge, where he plans to spend his holidays quietly. He is armed with an insect net, as he plans to dedicate himself to the art of entomology. But calm and quiet are short-lived. The villa is appalled by the mysterious murder of the cathedral organist. The musician in question had no known enemies and his work in the church was harmless, so the police are unable to find a suspect. Is this about the conspiracy of German spies? Or perhaps the consequence of the...read more