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Horseplay turns deadly Young Ricky Alleyn has come to the picturesue fishing village of Deep Cove to write Through the sleepy little town offers. Started out as an interesting read as Troy and Alleyn s son Ricky is on a small island attempting to write a book we never learn much about it I assume its a

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Last Ditch

Few diversions Ricky manages to find the most distracting one of all murder For in a muddy ditch he sees a dead euestrienne whose last leap was. 1977 s Last Ditch by Ngaio Marsh turns its focus to Ricky Alleyn the son of Detective Superintendent Roderick Alleyn as Ricky goes to the Channel Islands t

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Anything but an accident And when Ricky himself disappears the case becomes a horse of a different color for his father Inspector Roderick Alle. This was a very enjoyable revisit with Roderick Alleyn s son Ricky The last time we saw him he was six years old Now he s twenty one and trying to find his o


10 thoughts on “Last Ditch

  1. says:

    This is the twenty ninth in the Roderick Alleyn series and the second appearance by Ricky Alleyn son of Alleyn and Troy Previously met as a child he is now twenty one and an aspiring author Jasper and Julia Pharamond a couple that Alleyn and Troy had met previously on a cruise have arranged lodgings for Ricky with the Farants Mrs Farant used

  2. says:

    A very entertaining book for me I only recently learned of Alleyn's son Ricky in the book Spinsters in Jeopardy where he is introduced as a very bright little 6 year old boy Whether he appears in any other books in the series I am unaware not having read all of them This book places Ricky at 21 front and center H

  3. says:

    Started out as an interesting read as Troy and Alleyn's son Ricky is on a small island attempting to write a book we never learn much about it I assume its a novel Then we take a strange detour into horses and a convoluted drug ring that I did not find particularly compelling I still think her writing is stronger than her earlier books but

  4. says:

    One of the last of Marsh's Inspector Alleyn novels 32 novels over an almost fifty year writing career Marsh along with Christie Sayers and Alli

  5. says:

    What a fun golden age mystery I loved the characters setting mannerisms of the time and pacing of the story I don't know why I've never read Ngaio Marsh before but I've already ordered the first few books in this series to start from the beginning I look forward to catching up with Inspector Alleyn

  6. says:

    1977’s Last Ditch by Ngaio Marsh turns its focus to Ricky Alleyn the son of Detective Superintendent Roderick Alleyn as Ricky goes to the Channel Islands to immerse himself in his work in writing a novel There he runs into a family who met

  7. says:

    My impression of Ricky from the first book still stands he's too precious and how he managed to bumble his way i

  8. says:

    In this late entry of the Inspector Alleyn series the focus is on Alleyn's son Ricky While the last third when Alleyn himself arrives on the scene was exciting I found the mystery itself a little obvious Wanda McCaddonNadia May did a decent narration but it wasn't as good as some of hers I have listened to

  9. says:

    This was a very enjoyable revisit with Roderick Alleyn's son Ricky The last time we saw him he was six years old Now he's twenty one and trying to find his own way as a hopeful writer of fiction My favorite parts were his interactions with his father and godfather Inspector Fox who are both anxious to keep Ricky out of their investigation even though he's already right in the middle of it by the time they arrive I didn't enjoy

  10. says:

    I wish I'd discovered these during my long ago Christie phase because while I don't think Marsh's plots are as neat as Christie's her writing is better However I was still fairly meh about this one police procedurals are just not my

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