Once We Won Matches

Editor s note This account of one of the minor cases tackled by Edwardian sleuths Coppersmith and Stewart or Stewart and Coppersmith as the narrator always referred to them was recently unearthed among the papers they bequeathed to the nation Their biographer, Mrs Cochrane, would be honoured to publish it here in tribute to the forthcoming cricket test series betweenEditor s note This account of one of the minor cases tackled by Edwardian sleuths Coppersmith and Stewart or Stewart and Coppersmith as the narrator always referred to them was recently unearthed among the papers they bequeathed to the nation Their biographer, Mrs Cochrane, would be honoured to publish it here in tribute to the forthcoming cricket test series between Australia and England.The story itself is unusual in being related in the first person, something Dr Stewart always swore he d never do, as it smacked of Dr Watson As Mrs Cochrane says, you should never trust a word he says, the little toad.This match referred to was real it took place at Kennington Oval, London on 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd August 1912 Please note that England won by 244 runs.
Once We Won Matches Editor s note This account of one of the minor cases tackled by Edwardian sleuths Coppersmith and Stewart or Stewart and Coppersmith as the narrator always referred to them was recently unearthed amon

  • Title: Once We Won Matches
  • Author: Charlie Cochrane
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 120
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    About the Author

    Charlie Cochrane

    Because Charlie Cochrane couldn t be trusted to do any of her jobs of choice like managing a rugby team she writes Her mystery novels include the Edwardian era Cambridge Fellows series, series, and the contemporary Best Corpse for the Job Multi published, she has titles with Carina, Samhain, Riptide and Bold Strokes, among others A member of the Romantic Novelists Association, Mystery People and International Thriller Writers Inc, Charlie regularly appears at literary festivals and at reader and author conferences with The Deadly Dames.

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    • Sophia said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 15:01 PM

      I enjoyed the fun little vignette of Jonty and Orlando at the big cricket match with Jonty doing the narrating. The little mystery showcased their personalities and skills and their engaging partnership. A definite gift to fans.Here's the link for others if they want to read it: charliecochranevejournal

    • Chris said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 15:01 PM

      Good, albeit brief, historical m/m mystery that takes place behind-the-scenes at a cricket match between England and Australia.

    • Heather said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 15:01 PM

      I read this originally a couple of years ago but never got around to reviewing so I decided to give it a re-read. It's still as fun as I originally thought. I just love Jonty & Orlando, in big or small doses doesn't matter because they are just plain fun and entertaining no matter what.

    • Suze said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 15:01 PM

      One for fans of the series otherwise it will not make much sense.Very short and More of a well intended act than mystery or deception but enjoyable for Jonty and Orlando.Liked the preface.27.12.17 reread : do love a bit of Jonty and Orlando outside of Cambridge.

    • Elizabeth H. said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 15:01 PM

      Is this how an American story written by an American writer filled with American expressions reads to a non-American reader? If found bits of this story to be very rough going indeed.

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