Friday's Forgotten Books - She Shall Have Murder - In Reference to Murder

« Mystery Melange | Main | A Back Alley Goes Dark »

January 20, 2012



I'd vaguely heard of the name Delano Ames, but had never - far as I know - read anything by him. Thanks for this great review of a book that sounds just my ticket.

I'll be looking for it. :)


P.S. LOVE the names Dagobert and Playfair. Ha!

Martin Edwards

Interesting. Not a writer I know, but if you and Peter Walker like Ames, that's a recommendation!

BV Lawson

If you love mysteries with amateur British protagonists, especially with a comedic flair, this is definitely right up your alley, Yvette. And yes, the names are as creative as the characters.

BV Lawson

It's interesting that there is relatively little info about Ames, Martin, and that his legacy has been a tad neglected. I was quite surprised. It looks like the author's books are being made available on Kindle, though, so they're becoming widely available again and may find a new audience.

replica patek philippe watches

So coincidentally, I am to write an article about the subject that you are talking about. I think you really have a wonderful point and the information you have provided has indeed helped me a lot. I really needed this, thanks so much for posting!

replica patek philippe watches

That is so true! Thanks for the article. I know this from my experience too.Thank you for your participation in our blog, and together we can reference the complex problems; Hope to meet you in the next time. The job is very suitable for you.

Replica Breitling Navitimer

What I want to say is that every body may have his own points on certain subjects and things. So sometimes it is really not easy to say who is right or wrong, worse or better. However, what we should always do is that we must consider that everyone's opinion must have his own negative and positive points so that we can learn from each other in any case. Anyway , you do have got a good point and thank you for sharing.

Silver Charms

whether a blog is nice or not? I always judge this by feeling if what he says is meaningful or senseful or not. You provide such an informative blog and what you provide is useful. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. Keep it up!

The comments to this entry are closed.


  • You can subscribe to a FREE E-MAIL NEWSLETTER by BV Lawson containing news, tips, links, trivia, giveaways and more!

Scott Drayco Novel #6: Some secrets refuse to stay buried while others threaten to bury you ... permanently.

Scott Drayco Novel #5: A song linked to suicides may have taken another victim. Or was it a cleverly disguised murder?

Scott Drayco Novel #4: When crime consultant Scott Drayco’s long-AWOL mother returns and is charged with murder, he’s plunged into a world of secrets, lies, and cons.

Scott Drayco Novel #3: Drayco reunites with his estranged FBI partner to protect the partner's daughter from a serial killer who leaves musical puzzles as a calling card.

Scott Drayco Novel #2: A mysterious attack on a young disabled girl lures Drayco back to Cape Unity and into a sea of secrets and lies.

Scott Drayco Novel #1: A body found in a rundown Opera House with a "G" carved on his chest lures a former FBI agent into a web of music, madness and murder.

Eight Scott Drayco stories.

A con woman vows to avenge her grandmother's death but must outsmart a handsome detective plus the efforts of her nemesis to silence her...forever.

Detective Adam Dutton once again teams up with con woman Beverly Laborde to find a killer. But is it too late for an innocent man...and for them?

Detective Adam Dutton and con woman Beverly battle arson, fraud, and a new NAL villain, even as they fight the smoldering attraction between them.