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by Mark Hebden

ePub Pel and the Bombers download
Author:
Mark Hebden
ISBN13:
978-0241108970
ISBN:
0241108977
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Publisher:
Hamish Hamilton Ltd (January 27, 1983)
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Pel & The Bombers. First published in 1982. Using the name Max Hennessy, he wrote some very accomplished historical fiction and as Mark Hebden, the ‘Chief Inspector’ Pel novels which feature a quirky Burgundian policeman.

Pel & The Bombers. Harris was a sailor, an airman, a journalist, a travel courier, a cartoonist and a history teacher, who also managed to squeeze in over eighty books. A master of war and crime fiction, his enduring novels are versatile and entertaining.

Pel Among The Pueblos. Pel And The Touch Of Pitch. Pel And The Party Spirit. Pel And The Picture Of Innocence.

When five murders disturb his sleepy Burgundian city on Bastille night, Chief Inspector Evariste Clovis Desiré Pel has his work cut out for him. A terrorist group is at work and the President is due shortly on a State visit. Pel’s problems with his tyrannical landlady must be put aside whilst he catches the criminals. Fiction Thriller & Crime.

A terrorist group is at work and the President is due shortly on a State visit. John Harris, who also wrote under the pen names of 'Mark Hebden' and 'Max Hennessy', was born in 1916. Pel's problems with his tyrannical landlady must be put aside while he catches the criminals. downbeat humour and some delightful dialogue. He authored the best-selling and later filmed 'The Sea Shall Not Have Them', a story of survival and rescue from World War II which continues to be periodically screened on TV. He was a sailor, an airman, a journalist, a travel courier, a cartoonist and a history teacher.

Pel and the Bombers book. He wrote 35 books under his own name, 27 under the name of Mark Hebden and a further 10, mostly of a military nature, under the pseudonymn of Max Hennessy

Pel and the Bombers book. He wrote 35 books under his own name, 27 under the name of Mark Hebden and a further 10, mostly of a military nature, under the pseudonymn of Max Hennessy. He was born in Yorkshire in 1916 to Mr and Mrs E J Harris who had The Stag Inn at Herringthorpe. He attended Rotherham Grammar S Mark Hebden is the pseudonymn of John Harris, who is well-known for a series of best-selling adventure stories.

John Harris (18 October 1916 – 7 March 1991) was a British author. He published a series of crime novels featuring the character Inspector Pel, and war books. He wrote with his own name, and also with the pseudonyms of Mark Hebden and Max Hennessy. His 1953 novel The Sea Shall Not Have Them was the basis for a feature film of the same name in 1954. He was the father of Juliet Harris, who published more Inspector Pel books under the name of Juliet Hebden.

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Pel also unravels the riddles of the robbery on the road to Dijon airport and the mysterious shootings in an iron foundry.

The twelfth title in the Inspector Pel Mystery series, this is a story of Pel's beloved Burgundy as the Promised Land. Pel also unravels the riddles of the robbery on the road to Dijon airport and the mysterious shootings in an iron foundry. As if that wasn't enough, the Chief Inspector must deal with the misadventures of the delightfully handsome Serjeant Misset and his red-haired lover.

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  • Chief is no James Bond--debonair and suave. Instead he is a wonderful character, morose, self-deprecating, a hypochondriac. ' A small dark man with sharp eyes and an intense manner, rapidly going bald so that this sparse hair, combed flat across his head, looked a little like seaweed left draped across a rock by the receding tide' but his character makes him endearing as well as believable--and he has one remarkable attribute, the man is brilliant at solving crimes. The Pel series is always great fun to read as he investigates his beloved Burgundy's local crimes, with his trusty and erratically efficient cast of police characters.

  • Mark Hebden writes really fantastic novels and I have read most of the Pel series. They are the perfect novels, no sex, not much violence and a fantastic story with a number of interconnected plots.
    The Characters are enjoyable and it is great to finally read all these novels in the order they were written.

  • Funny and serious all rolled into one. A good read!