The Stargazey

The Stargazey

A Richard Jury Novel

Book - 1999
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Penguin Putnam
After a luminous blonde leaves, reboards, then leaves the double-decker bus Richard Jury is on, he follows her to the gates of Fulham Palace...and goes no further. Days later, when he hears of the death in the palace's walled garden, Jury will wonder if he could have averted it. But is the victim the same woman Jury saw? As he and Melrose Plant follow the complex case from the Crippsian depths of London's East End to the headier heights of Mayfair's art scene, Jury will realize that in this captivating woman--dead or alive--he may have finally met his match...


Random House, Inc.
After a luminous blonde leaves, reboards, then leaves the double-decker bus Richard Jury is on, he follows her to the gates of Fulham Palace...and goes no further. Days later, when he hears of the death in the palace's walled garden, Jury will wonder if he could have averted it. But is the victim the same woman Jury saw? As he and Melrose Plant follow the complex case from the Crippsian depths of London's East End to the headier heights of Mayfair's art scene, Jury will realize that in this captivating woman--dead or alive--he may have finally met his match...

Baker & Taylor
An aimless ride on a London double-decker bus and an encounter with an intriguing woman leads Richard Jury and his amateur partner, Melrose Plant, on the trail of a killer responsible for two seemingly unconnected homicides

Baker
& Taylor

When the stunning woman he had followed to the steps of Fulham Palace the night before turns up dead, Richard Jury is on the trail of a killer, headed into the depths of London's East End and the more refined world of the Mayfair art scene. Reprint.

Publisher: New York : Onyx, c1999
ISBN: 9780451408976
0451408977
Characteristics: 419 p. ; 17 cm

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Mardian Feb 22, 2016

Always satisfying and entertaining and I NEVER guess the whole story. She continues to include children - sometimes endearing, mostly not.

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Sep 16, 2014

There is no option to resize the text and the text on the right is cut off,

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natasha37 Oct 11, 2013

Like a black bird, the woman fell into the powdery snow, sending up puffs like white exhaust

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