The Black Tower: An Adam Dalgliesh Mystery

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Simon and Schuster, 2 oct. 2001 - 352 pages
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Scotland Yard Inspector Adam Dalgliesh races to solve a twisted murder in bestselling author P.D. James’ classic mystery The Black Tower, hailed as “splendid, macabre” by the London Sunday Telegraph and “a masterpiece,” by the London Sunday Times.

Just recovered from a grave illness, Commander Adam Dalgliesh receives a call for advice from the elderly chaplain at Toynton Grange, an isolated nursing home on the coast of England. But by the time Dalgliesh arrives, Father Baddeley has mysteriously died, as has one of his patients.

When the bodies begin to pile up, Dalgliesh once again finds his own life at risk as he determines to get to the truth behind his friend’s death and unmask the terrible evil t the heart of Toynton Grange.
 

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Section 1
9
Section 2
18
Section 3
56
Section 4
85
Section 5
121
Section 6
123
Section 7
181
Section 8
206
Section 10
244
Section 11
259
Section 12
291
Section 13
297
Section 14
347
Section 15
349
Section 16
350
Droits d'auteur

Section 9
215

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À propos de l'auteur (2001)

Widely acknowledged as "the greatest contemporary writer of classic crime" (The London Sunday Times), P. D. James is the author of fifteen crime novels and the autobiography Time to Be in Earnest. P. D. James has been awarded major prizes for her crime writing in Great Britain, America, Italy, and Scandinavia, and in 1999 she received the Mystery Writers of America Grandmaster Award for long-term achievement.

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