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ePub The Closet Hanging download
Author:
Tony Fennelly
ISBN13:
978-0881843934
ISBN:
0881843938
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Publisher:
Carroll & Graf Pub (May 1, 1988)
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Subcategory:
Mystery
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1504 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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Real-estate developer Brad Rutledge is found dead in his closet, choked by a clothesline, an apparent suicide. Was Rutledge really a murder victim? Inevitably

Real-estate developer Brad Rutledge is found dead in his closet, choked by a clothesline, an apparent suicide. Was Rutledge really a murder victim? Inevitably.

The Closet Hanging is the second in the series. Series: Matt Sinclair Mysteries. Paperback: 224 pages. Publisher: iUniverse (October 19, 2000).

The gay aristocrat, Matt Sinclair, the scion of an old New Orleans family, is accused of murder. The victim was found hanged in a closet owned by Matts family. The gay aristocrat, Matt Sinclair, the scion of an old New Orleans family, is accused of murder.

Tony Connelly (born 21 December 1964, in County Antrim) is an Irish journalist and author. Connelly has written for other agencies and publications, including Time, United Press International and. Connelly has written for other agencies and publications, including Time, United Press International and the Irish Independent. His views have also been sought by Euronews, which considers him a respected journalist and "experienced Euro watcher". Connelly's first book Don't Mention the Wars: A Journey Through European Stereotypes was published in 2009.

Find nearly any book by Tony Fennelly. Tony Fennelly (Fennelly, Tony). used books, rare books and new books. The Closet Hanging (Matt Sinclair Mysteries): ISBN 9780595142378 (978-0-595-14237-8) Softcover, iUniverse, 2000. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Find all books by 'Tony Fennelly' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Tony Fennelly'. The Closet Hanging (Matt Sinclair Mysteries). ISBN 9780851406985 (978-0-85140-698-5) Softcover, Arlington Books Publishers Ltd, 1986.

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Tony Fennelly - the complete book list. It's Christmas time in New Orleans and the richest man in the city, Cyril Jessup, receives a visit from a stranger claiming to be his previously unknown grandson, the issue of a one-night stand between Jessup's late son, a soldier on his way to Viet. Don't Blame the Snake. Margo Fortier - 3. It's the sweltering summer of '95 and most of the public remains indoors, watching the . Down south in sweltering New Orleans, a literary celebrity lies dead of a mysterious rattlesnake bite in his penthouse suite.

When the corpse of a prominent attorney is discovered hanging in a closet, Matt Sinclair investigates the murder
  • This is a dark comedy by Tony Fennelly. A lot of folks didn't like these books because they thought they were not politically correct. I just think they are funny.

  • PLOT OR PREMISE:
    Supposed suicide of a land developer is complicated by some details that suggest murder, and spells trouble for Sinclair since he was recently seen having a large argument with the deceased. Unfortunately for Matt, he can't remember the details because they have been wiped out by an epileptic seizure and the developer is found in a building owned by Matt's mother. Matt investigates, partly to find out for himself, what really happened.
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    WHAT I LIKED:
    Better written than the first one, including a much better quality of appropriate humour and the extra characters from the mob are well done, adding some interesting albeit tiny twists.
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    WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE:
    Slightly more graphic than the first, the plot is somewhat convoluted, and there is too much attention paid to Matt's personal life which is too far removed from the mystery. The ending is rather disappointing from such a good writer.
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    DISCLOSURE:
    I received no compensation, not even a free copy, in exchange for this review. I am not personal friends with the author, but I have interacted with her on social media.