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are all caricatures Found it a bit tedious although I am sure it would appeal to anyone with an interest in how the upper classes in the UK might behaveI will not read any by this author A delight for those who are tired of political correctness and identity politics Robert Amiss in a member of the judging panel for the prestigious Knapper Warburton literary prize when Lady Hermione Babcock chairman of the judges is found dead Thanks to his intervention his old friend Baroness Jack Troutbeck is asked to take over the "Panel But It Seems Someone "But it seems someone have it in for the judges when another member of the panel is found dead in suspicious circumstancesEnter Jim Milton and Ellis Pooley from Scotland Yard to investigate I loved the characters in this book which satirises the behind the scenes activity in connection with literary prizes Jack of course manages to cut a swathe through the pretensions and The Good and Beautiful God gets up to speed on the books with the aid of Mary Lou Denslow a colleague at St Martha s College of which Jack is the MistressThe plot is complex and it will take an observant reader to identify the murderer in advance Jack is at her most obnoxious best and some of the discussions between the judges are priceless as are the descriptions of the novels in contention for the prize If you like your crime novels laced with humour and satire thenive this series a try they can be read in any order The TroutbeckAmiss team again sets out to uncover dirty work while dissecting another realm of British society this time what seems to be a thinly disguised version of the Booker Prize No holds barred in portraying what C S lewis called the charientocrats and i take exception called the charientocrats And I take exception the description of Amiss as the token sane member The popstar sounds eminently sane as she asks You mean because it s popular it can t be ood This is escapism A politically incorrect murderous excapist rompIf you are looking for Patricia Cornwell forget it I love the Robert Amiss series Of course for me they are brought to life by the inimitable Bill Wallis in audiobook form Bill Wallis was a remarkable narrator and kept Latest in Ruth Dudley Edwards's hilarious crime series lampooning the British Establishment 'I fear it will make you laugh out loud on public transport' Evening Standard in suspicious circumstances Robert Amiss the to. Carnage On The Committee

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L What round was she "breaking this time Christ knows The crassness of consumerism came in to it somewhere as "this time Christ knows The crassness of consumerism came in to it somewhere as the neo Gothic Mother Courage post capitalist meta narrative whatever crap that is White Goddesses Hillary Clinton and the Ode to Joy One of the suspects needs to be interviewed but the place is problematic Den Smith had declined to be interviewed at home I will not have my privacy invaded at the Yard I will not set foot in Gestapo headuarters or Milton s club I refuse to obey a dress code imposed by dinosaurs A judge shares her private reading tastes no surprise not at all to the liking of the dearly departed chairwoman What do you like to read Stories Bridget Jones Jane Austen Maeve Binchy Zadie Smith And mysteries I love mysteries Lastly Amiss shared a particularly acrimonious exchange with his friend the Baroness Speaking of the prize books again Oh yes there was an enjoyable moment when we were considering the ay logger and Jack referred to Rosa s and Ferriter s choices as being of a particular bent Ferriter said that proved she was homophobic and Jack said That Professor Ferriter is a fallacy spelt p h a l l a c y There you have it next month I m back to rom This didn t work for me at all I et that it was supposed to be funny and there were amusing bits here and there but it mostly read like a The Horse in Celtic Culture giant rant about political correctness thatot very tiresome after awhile The actual mystery rather faded into the background and the solution came out of nowhere It felt like the author neglected the plot in favour of etting yet another jab in at some completely unrealistic caricature of a character It was uite
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after reading of Death by the same author which ot that mocking humourous tone right and had a well plotted mystery This one didn t have that Just the usual read Spilling coffee because I can t put the book away time to put kettle on and crying with laughter I love Jack so much if she wouldn t be complete if it wasn t for Amiss What a pair Attended committes of all sorts myself A blessing they were not Ruth Dudley Edwards tackles many different things she knows all about To be so accurate yet so funny about it just shows how brilliant she is. Read But noblesse must oblige even when it means joining the ranks of the superciliati sitting in judgement of the literati at the short list But the killer too has resumed and is whittling away at the judges one by ,

Ll his character voices sublety separated Well except for Jack Nothing subtle about her Of all the books I like this Carnage on the Committee and the Corridors of Death the best with Matricide at St Marthas well up the list Her last one Killing the Emperors I didn t care for at all I uess I like this one because Jack handles obnoxious people in a way that I envy Unfortunately I can t be that rude or outrageous in real life What Fun Absolutely completely politically incorrect and that much the merrier for it Delightfully English in all the most amusing ways eccentric titled "CHARACTERS TOO MUCH BOOZE AND GREAT "too much booze AND GREAT I THINK I AM HOOKED MY SEPTEMBER great I think I am hooked My September outside the enre choice was Carnage on the Committee by Ruth Dudley Edwards It was ultimately reatly disappointing Darn it Two comments led me to read the book The first a compliment from the Daily Mail It s always a pleasure to welcome another iconoclastic blast against the establishment from the pen of Ruth Dudley Edwards And secondly the back cover description When the chairperson of the prestigious Knapper Warburton Literary Prize dies in suspicious circumstances Robert Amiss wastes no time in summoning Baroness Jack Troutbeck Speculation that a killer may be targeting the judges worries the baroness not in the slightest It s the prospect of immersing herself in modern literature that fills her with dread So what could be better An English cozy in a bookish setting Acerbic digs at sacred cows My kind of book right Unfortunately no because there were far too many judges an inordinate number of would be prize books and an unwieldy plot that made freuent allusions to previous books I found it very difficult to distinguish the rather unpleasant characters The Baroness was thoroughly unbelievable and Robert Amiss I think perhaps He Was The Hero Faded Into The was the hero faded into the to the point of invisibility If you decide to read the book I suggest skimming until you run into a delightful barb or bon mot There were many of those and they were very on point and enjoyable Let me leave you with a few and remember to mentally read all of these sentences with lashings of scornful sarcasmThe Baroness and Amiss discussing a round breaking new nove. Ken sane member of the judging panel wastes no time in summoning Baroness 'Jack' Troutbeck to step into the breach not in the slightest it's the prospect of immersing herself in modern literature that fills her with