1910s

Lessons for Sleeping Dogs by Charlie Cochrane

Lessons for Sleeping Dogs (A Cambridge Fellows Mystery)

Charlie Cochrane

Cambridge, 1921

When amateur sleuth Jonty Stewart comes home with a new case to investigate, his partner Orlando Coppersmith always feels his day has been made. Although, can there be anything to solve in the apparent mercy killing of a disabled man by a doctor who then kills himself, especially when everything takes place in a locked room?

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Lessons for Idle Tongues (A Cambridge Fellows Mystery), by Charlie Cochrane

Lessons for Idle Tongues (A Cambridge Fellows Mystery)

Charlie Cochrane

Cambridge, 1910

Amateur detectives Jonty Stewart and Orlando Coppersmith seem to have nothing more taxing on their plate than locating a missing wooden cat and solving the dilemma of seating thirteen for dinner. But one of the guests brings a conundrum: a young woman has been found dead, and her boyfriend is convinced she was murdered. The trouble is, nobody else agrees.

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Lessons for Survivors (A Cambridge Fellows Mystery), by Charlie Cochrane

Lessons for Survivors (A Cambridge Fellows Mystery)

Charlie Cochrane

A more than professional interest . . . a more than personal intrigue.

Orlando Coppersmith should be happy. WWI is almost a year in the past, he’s back at St. Bride’s College in Cambridge, his lover and best friend Jonty Stewart is at his side again, and—to top it all—he’s about to be made Forster Professor of Applied Mathematics. And although he and Jonty have precious little time for an investigative commission, they can’t resist a suspected murder case that must be solved in a month so a clergyman can claim his rightful inheritance.

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