Man Missing

Man Missing The eminently capable Sarah Keate is an impeccable nurse But when one of her patients the handsome Lieutenant Parly is found murdered in his bed she must become a consummate detective as well A top

  • Title: Man Missing
  • Author: Mignon G. Eberhart
  • ISBN: 9780862208455
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The eminently capable Sarah Keate is an impeccable nurse But when one of her patients, the handsome Lieutenant Parly, is found murdered in his bed, she must become a consummate detective as well A top notch mystery novel out of print for several years by a Mystery Writers of America Grand Master.

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    1 thought on “Man Missing”

    1. Eberhart's great--vivid writing, specific expertise (nursing and living on a Navy munitions base), pumping tension. And apparently she cranked these things out pretty regularly. The cover blurb says she wrote thirty of them.The only thing is she, sort of, cheated. Yes, she put the culprit up there in the first few pages, following the Rule of Fair Play laid down for mysteries by the greats (Hillary Waugh among them). But she didn't show them. She just mentioned them in passing in a single senten [...]

    2. The book is well written, the characters are well-drawn and consistent; I even liked them. BUT. the entire plot relies on one of the main characters being the most complete mutt, the sort who martyrs themselves for what turns out to be NO good reason. The entire story goes away without that, so fine. But why this character didn't get shaken half to death by those who loved them is beyond me.

    3. My first of the Eberhardt books. Liked the nurse "detective" very much-Yay for a middle-aged, plus-sized woman with a solid career (and, at least in this novel, not desperate for a man). The setting was interesting, and the mystery was decent.

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