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Mõrv ei ole lapsemäng

“Dogger,” sosistasin, “kas sa nägid seda, midaminagi?” “Jah, preili Flavia. Mõrv – ma kardan, et me olime mõrva tunnistajateks.” Flavia de Luce, ohtlikult nutikas 11-aastane keemialemb ja osav mõrvade lahendaja kardab, et tema detektiivikarjäär pastoraalses Bishop’s Laceys on oma otsa leidnud – kuni armastatud nukunäitleja Rupert Porsoni enda elulõng õnnetus kohtumises elektriga läbi kärsatatakse. Aga kes peaks midagi sellist tegema ja miks? Kas Gibbeti metsas elav hull naine teab rohkem kui pealtnäha tundub? Ja mis roll on mängida Porsoni võluval, kuigi tujukalabilisel? Kõik viited osutavad aastaid varem aset leidnud kahtlasele surmale ning keerulisele juhtumile, mida kohalikud konstaablid lahendada ei suuda – vähemalt mitte ilma Flavia abita. Kuid kas meie tormakas kangelanna on läinud liiga kaugele, jõudnud liiga lähedale sellele, kes selles surmatantsus tegelikult salamisi lava taga nööre tõmbab? “Mõrv ei ole lapsemäng” on Alan Bradley ülipopulaarse krimisarja “Flavia de Luce müsteeriumid” teine osa. Flavia on vahe, teravmeelne ja naljakas… nüüdisaegse kirjanduse üks tähelepanuväärsemaid kangelannasid. – USA TodayPole ühtegi lugejat, kes ei tahaks vaadata, kuidas Flaviaoma laboris mõnd saatanlikku segu keedab.” – Kirkus Reviews Flavia on nende romaanide süda ja hing, seda sorti kangelanna, keda esineb tänapäevases kirjanduses liialt harva: täiesti realistlik, ometi kaasahaaravalt üleelusuurune. –The Edmonton Journal Bradley täidab kõik ootused ning pöörab need siis peapeale, tulemuseks nutikas, otsekohene ja veidi jultunud detektiivilugu.” – Entertainment Weekly Täiuslik sooritus, mis edestab juba niigi väärilist debüüti.” – Houston Chronicle Inglise keelest tõlkinud BibiRaid

Издательство: "Eesti digiraamatute keskus OU" (2016)

ISBN: 9789949597031

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Alan Bradley

Infobox soap character
color=#F0E68C
series=Coronation Street
name=Alan Bradley
portrayer=Mark Eden
born=
death =8 December 1989
children =Jenny Bradley
spouse=Pat Bradley

Alan Bradley is a fictional character in the British soap opera "Coronation Street". He was played by Mark Eden.

He was famous for being a villain, first moving into the Street in 1986 to find his daughter, Jenny Bradley, who had run away after her mother had been hit and killed by a car. After that, he tried to trick Rita Fairclough, to whom there was an on-again, off-again attachment, into marrying him.

In 1988, he stole the deeds from Rita's house, and impersonated her dead husband Len Fairclough so he could mortgage her house. In 1989, he tried to kill her, and at the conclusion of his trial, his plea bargain resulted in his walking free that very day. He famously met his end after being hit and killed by a Blackpool tram. 26.93 million viewers watched the character meet his untimely demise in 1989. As of 2005, it it the 9th most-watched UK broadcast of all time. [cite news|title= The biggest TV audience ever ... it is now|author=Tapper, James |url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/showbiz/showbiznews.html?in_article_id=346942&in_page_id=1773|publisher="Daily Mail"|date=1 May 2005|accessdate=2007-09-05]

The first episode of series 2 of Phoenix Nights contains a visual reference to the death of Alan Bradley, where flowers with a sign 'In Memory Of Alan' are tied to a lamp-post beside the tram line.

References

External links

* [http://www.corrie.net/profiles/characters/bradley_alan.html Biography at corrie.net]

Источник: Alan Bradley


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