Something Nasty in the Woodshed

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Overlook Press, 2005 - Fiction - 174 pages
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"A cult classic since its first publication in the UK in the 1970s. The Mortdecai Trilogy is a series of dark-humored and atmospheric crime thrillers featuring Charlie Mortdecai: degenerate aristocrat, amoral art dealer, seasoned epicurean, unwilling assassin, and experienced self-avowed coward." "Something Nasty in the Woodshed finds Charlie, exiled from London due to his growing unpopularity caused by a few shady art deals, taking refuge in a country estate on the Channel Island of Jersey. What begins as a hedonistic interlude morphs into a macabre manhunt, as Charlie seeks to expose a local rapist whose modus operandi bears a striking resemblance to that of a warlock from ancient British mythology known as "The Beast of Jersey.""--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Review: Something Nasty in the Woodshed (Mortdecai #2)

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review of Kyril Bonfiglioli's Something Nasty in the Woodshed by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE - June 26, 2014 I enjoy reading crime fiction but doing so is a pretty low priority for me & I don't know ... Read full review

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Enjoyable read. Not quite as good as the first two, but still solid enough to make me want to read the fourth. Read full review

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Kyril Bonfiglioli (1928-85) was an art dealer, an accomplished fencer, a fair shot with most weapons, and a serial marrier of beautiful women. He claimed to be "abstemious in all things except drink, food, tobacco, and talking," and "loved and respected by all who knew him slightly.

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