Wobble to Death

by Peter Lovesey

Publisher: Penguin (Non-Classics)

Written in English
Published: Pages: 176 Downloads: 663
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Subjects:

  • Crime & mystery,
  • Fiction / General,
  • Mystery/Suspense
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages176
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9301345M
ISBN 100140055576
ISBN 109780140055573

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Wobble to Death An Inspector Cribb Investigation (Book): Lovesey, Peter: Inrace-walking competitions, known as "wobbles," are all the rage.

The death of a contender, followed by a second murder, brings Sergeant Cribb onto the scene to investigate, in this murder mystery by the Diamond Dagger Award-winning author.

Wobble to Death was Peter Lovesey's debut novel. In the 45 years since it was published, its author has gone on to write more than 30 world-renowned mysteries, win numerous crime fiction prizes.

There is no better place to dive into Lovesey's legendary oeuvre than with this sparkling debut/5(). About Wobble to Death (Deluxe Edition). LIMITED 50TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTOR’S EDITION London, Crowds have gathered at Islington’s chilly Agricultural Hall to place their bets on who will become the next world champion in a six-day, mile speedwalking race, the “wobble.”.

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Inrace walking competitions, known as “wobbles,” were all the rage. The death of a contender, followed by a second murder, introduces Sergeant Cribb, who goes on to investigate sports-related deaths in a series of eight books. Wobble to Death is a Victorian history-mystery – one of those crime novels which is probably memorable more for its context than its mystery, but none the worse for that.

The setting is pretty unique, and will probably be new to most readers. Lovesey tells us in a note that: Six-day ‘Go As You Please Contests’ – or ‘Wobbles’ – were instituted by Sir John Astley in Marchand.Wobble to Death was Peter Lovesey's debut novel.

In the 45 years since it was published, its author has gone on to write more than 30 world-renowned mysteries, win numerous crime fiction prizes.

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