Device for Murder by G.M. Snodgrass
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  • What was so fascinating about it too was the fact that I found that I was unable to identify whether the title of it was Device for Murder or Debice for Murder , but that of course was settled when I turned the page and saw the title Device for Murder written in script writing
  • Neverthless a part from that little flaw, I thought the book was well written despite the fact that a lot of money obviously was not used to publish it
  • The writing style itself is interesting too
  • I would recommend this to people who are interested in mystery novels


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      When looking at the cover of this novel which was published in 1980, the first thing which struck me was the title of the book which was written in old English text. What was so fascinating about it too was the fact that I found that I was unable to identify whether the title of it was “Device for Murder” or “Debice for Murder”, but that of

      course was settled when I turned the page and saw the title “Device for Murder” written in script writing. Neverthless a part from that little flaw, I thought the book was well written despite the fact that a lot of money obviously was not used to publish it.

      The novel is about a criminologist John McFallon who finds himself baffled by a series of murders in a ...


      • place called Crestwood Estate. The suspects are many, but one of the things which puzzles him are the methods the killer used on his victims which all involves the use of medieval devices to murder all the victims.

        The writing style itself is interesting too. I found that the sentences neither ran on too much, nor were they too short. In fact, I found that everything flowed

        which made it even easier to read. I found that since the author was so descriptive too, I was able to have a very clean picture of the setting and everything else in the novel.

        I would recommend this to people who are interested in mystery novels. However, I am hesitant to recommend it to the suspense crowd as well since the book sometimes tends to be a little slow.




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