A gripping, fast-paced mystery. -Booklist on Strachey's Folly. Richard Stevenson's mysteries are among the wittiest and most politically motivated around today. -The Washington Post.
A gripping, fast-paced mystery. Stevenson takes a familiar whodunit formula and imbues it with new life. The action is lively and the plotting honest and non-explotative.
Donald "Don" Strachey is a fictional character who appears in novels by mystery writer Richard Stevenson. Strachey, a gay man, lives in Albany, New York, with his partner Timothy Callahan, who works as a legislative aide to a New York state senator. Don's clients often feel that his sexual orientation gives him an edge when called upon to investigate cases that involve Albany's gay community.
The interaction between Donald Strachey and his long-time partner, Timmy, is always well done, and very realistic. All lovers of good mysteries, whether gay or heterosexual, will appreciate this book. Stevenson is a fine writer who knows how to weave a shocking and gripping mystery.
Поиск книг по ключевому слову Donald Strachey Mystery. Someone's left a man's body in Donald Strachey's car - the grandson of Albany's most connected political fixer
Поиск книг по ключевому слову Donald Strachey Mystery. Someone's left a man's body in Donald Strachey's car - the grandson of Albany's most connected political fixer. A letter from the deceased asks Strachey to dismantle his grandfather's party machine. One of the funniest in the series. Filmed for release by HereTV in 2008; originally published 1986.
Читать онлайн Strachey's folly. Chapter 1. This is screwy. We were in the Peace Corps together in the sixties. Donald and I stay with Maynard whenever we come to Washington. We're-we're just old Peace Corps buddies. Timmy might as well have announced to Craig that he and Maynard had been members of the corps de ballet of the 1965 Fonteyn-Nureyev Giselle tour.
Donald Strachey mystery ). Richard Stevenson. Don Strachey-I’m with Timothy. 1. One’s a good chain and one’s a bad chain, Skeeter McCaslin eerily intoned from his hospital bed. One’s a daisy chain and one’s a chain of fools. His dark eyes were bright with fever, and he looked suspicious and terrified and cunning all at the same time. Timothy Callahan and I glanced at each other over our gauze masks, then looked back at Skeeter. But when you called the other day, Timmy said, you told me a friend’s life was in danger-a woman at the newspaper in Edensburg.
The Donald Strachey Mysteries technically refers to the series of movies, produced by Ron Oliver, although the title is used by fans to collectively refer to the books by Richard Stevenson as well. Background on both main characters is contradictory between the books and the movies; writers in the fandom often use a mix of both, or exclusively use movie canon.
Strachey's Folly book. - The Washington Post on Chain of Fools. Stevenson's mysteries are among the wittiest and most politically pointed around today".
Fandoms: Donald Strachey - Richard Stevenson. Choose Not To Use Archive Warnings. Written for smallfandom fest 18 Prompt: Donald Strachey Mysteries (Richard Stevenson) - Don/Timmy - Blast from the past.