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Reckoning at the Riviera Royale
Works of: Fiction
Anty travels to the Riviera to finally have that awkward ‘did you murder my father’ conversation with his mother, but instead finds himself in the ticklish position of defending her and an innocent elephant against charges of a murder that no one could have committed.
Like all Anty Boisjoly mysteries, Reckoning at the Riviera Royale is a stand-alone stumper populated with eccentric characters and composed of impossible murder and improbable intrigues, delivered with signature Boisjoly banter, and it’s best enjoyed by those who like a little humour in their whodunnit.
Anty Boisjoly is a serious experiment in a whimsical line — Christie-esque locked-room mysteries written in the style of PG Wodehouse. The reviews are in and the experiment is a success. Readers emphasise in particular the witty and whimsical first-person voice of Anty Boisjoly narrating the nevertheless twisty mysteries.
Other books by Phillip Fitzsimmons
The Case of the Case of Kilcladdich
The Case of the Carnaby Castle Curse
The Case of the Ghost of Christmas Morning
The Case of the Canterfell Codil
The Tale of the Tenpenny Tontine
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