There Was an Old Woman by Howard Engel

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There Was an Old Woman

'“Benny’s a charmer, and Engel again skewers Americanisms while serving up a deliciously nonsensical murder-on-wry.” —Kirkus Reviews  Praise for the Benny Cooperman Mysteries “The Cooperman novels are heavy on full-bodied characters, sharp dialogue, and rich humor. Benny just plain charms the socks off anyone he meets.” —Booklist   “Benny Cooperman is . . . a lot of fun to hang out with.” —Donald E. Westlake   “Mr. Engel is a born writer, a natural stylist. This is a writer who can bring a character to life in a few lines.” —Ruth Rendell  Praise for Howard Engel “Engel can turn a phrase as neatly as Chandler.” —Julian Symons   “If there is a dean of Canadian mystery writers, it is Howard Engel.” —Maclean’s  '
'“Benny’s a charmer, and Engel again skewers Americanisms while serving up a deliciously nonsensical murder-on-wry.” —Kirkus Reviews  Praise for the Benny Cooperman Mysteries “The Cooperman novels are heavy on full-bodied characters, sharp dialogue, and rich humor. Benny just plain charms the socks off anyone he meets.” —Booklist   “Benny Cooperman is . . . a lot of fun to hang out with.” —Donald E. Westlake   “Mr. Engel is a born writer, a natural stylist. This is a writer who can bring a character to life in a few lines.” —Ruth Rendell  Praise for Howard Engel “Engel can turn a phrase as neatly as Chandler.” —Julian Symons   “If there is a dean of Canadian mystery writers, it is Howard Engel.” —Maclean’s  '
Publisher: The Overlook Press ISBN: 9781504017015 Pages: 264