The Yellow Room Conspiracy: A Crime Novel by Peter Dickinson

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The Yellow Room Conspiracy: A Crime Novel

'“Dazzling.” —The New York Times Book Review   “Elegant . . . memorable.” —Newsweek   “Exceptional.” —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution   “Subtle . . . characterful . . . This is a whodunit which expands the category.” —The Times (London)   “[A] bittersweet and subtly compelling tale. . . . Deft and absorbing . . . as much a story of enduring love—of people and a way of life—as it is an intriguing mystery.” —Publishers Weekly   “He is the true original, a superb writer who revitalizes the conventions of the genre. . . . A master.” —P. D. James   “The murder is almost the least of it; the best of it being Dickinson’s evocation of another time, another place, and colorful women, especially, and relationships.” —Los Angeles Times   “A lost world of passions and rivalries . . . The real business of this novel isn’t corpses and scandals but people and the social institutions they inhabit . . . [Dickinson] is a gifted writer and social commentator.” —The Washington Post Book World   “Intricate plots are Dickinson’s forte, and this, a story of passion, intrigue, and murder is no exception.” —The San Diego Union-Tribune   “Bittersweet and subtly compelling . . . deft and absorbing, Dickinson’s latest is as much a story of enduring love—of people and a way of life—as it is an intriguing mystery.” —Publishers Weekly   “This is an astonishing novel, written with its author’s usual elegant style and unerring sense of place, period, and character.” —Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine   “One can always expect something freshly creative from each new book of Peter Dickinson’s.” —Deadly Pleasures   “In every book he writes he creates a new world, and one which is sinister or threatening in its own way. Everything is distinct, and everything has distinction. He is one of detection’s few originals.” —Robert Barnard'
'“Dazzling.” —The New York Times Book Review   “Elegant . . . memorable.” —Newsweek   “Exceptional.” —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution   “Subtle . . . characterful . . . This is a whodunit which expands the category.” —The Times (London)   “[A] bittersweet and subtly compelling tale. . . . Deft and absorbing . . . as much a story of enduring love—of people and a way of life—as it is an intriguing mystery.” —Publishers Weekly   “He is the true original, a superb writer who revitalizes the conventions of the genre. . . . A master.” —P. D. James   “The murder is almost the least of it; the best of it being Dickinson’s evocation of another time, another place, and colorful women, especially, and relationships.” —Los Angeles Times   “A lost world of passions and rivalries . . . The real business of this novel isn’t corpses and scandals but people and the social institutions they inhabit . . . [Dickinson] is a gifted writer and social commentator.” —The Washington Post Book World   “Intricate plots are Dickinson’s forte, and this, a story of passion, intrigue, and murder is no exception.” —The San Diego Union-Tribune   “Bittersweet and subtly compelling . . . deft and absorbing, Dickinson’s latest is as much a story of enduring love—of people and a way of life—as it is an intriguing mystery.” —Publishers Weekly   “This is an astonishing novel, written with its author’s usual elegant style and unerring sense of place, period, and character.” —Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine   “One can always expect something freshly creative from each new book of Peter Dickinson’s.” —Deadly Pleasures   “In every book he writes he creates a new world, and one which is sinister or threatening in its own way. Everything is distinct, and everything has distinction. He is one of detection’s few originals.” —Robert Barnard'
Publisher: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller ISBN: 9781504004923 Pages: 248