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  • ISBN 0722104359
  • ISBN13 978-0722104354
  • Language English
  • Author Dorothy Dunnett
  • Publisher Sphere Books; New Ed edition (1978)
  • Pages 272
  • Formats azw txt mobi lrf
  • Category Mystery and Suspense
  • Size ePub 1449 kb
  • Size Fb2 1310 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 202

Joanna Emerson becomes the nanny for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Booker-Readman in order to investigate their possible involvement in the murder of her former employer

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I love Dunnett's books. The writing sparkles, particularly in its descriptions of landscapes. The characters are amusing and well drawn. My only objection is that this time I guessed all of the secrets early on, so the only tension was in wondering whether I'd fallen for a bunch of very clever red herrings.

Dorothy Dunnett is a storyteller who could teach Scheherazade a thing or two about suspense, pace and invention. Dolly and the Nanny Bird (Split Code). Dolly and the Bird of Paradise (Tropical Issue). The house of niccolò. The New York Times . Dunnett evokes the sixteenth century with an amazing richness of allusion and scholarship, while keeping a firm control on an intricately twisting narrative.

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Dunnett helped in the compiling of The Dorothy Dunnett Companion (1994) and The Dorothy Dunnett Companion II.Dolly & the Nanny Bird (later retitled Split Code) (1976). Moroccan Traffic (published in the US as Send a Fax to the Kasbah) (1991).

Dunnett helped in the compiling of The Dorothy Dunnett Companion (1994) and The Dorothy Dunnett Companion II (2002), which were written by Elspeth Morrison. These books provide background information to historical characters and events featured in the Lymond Chronicles and The House of Niccolò, as well as explanations of classical allusions and literary and other quotations used in the two series, notes to sources of these citations, and many maps.

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bass
Love these witty books by DD but find that the ones put out by Vintage Press have tiny, tiny print. So, although the stories are very intriguing, I won't be ordering any more unless I find them under a different press. So sorry. I was in Edinburgh in 1995 and happened to meet the author. She was such an interesting person.
Uaoteowi
This is one of my favorite Johnson Johnson mysteries.
Kalrajas
Clever entertainment, well researched and impeccably executed. Why aren't there more books like this one!?
LadyShlak
Interesting diversion on Dorothy Dunnett's part, to her historical fiction, but for me not nearly as compelling,good,or wonderful as the historical novels Anthea Buchanan
Invissibale
These Dolly books are hard to find, but worth the effort. This one is an extremely whimsical story about a very talented trained Nanny. Oh how we all would love to have a Maggie Bee Nanny looking after our children. Every time I read a new selection in this series, I can't help thinking how good they would be if done in film. The stories are fast-moving, funny with lots of suspense. The characters that are in each book are wonderful. In this one we encounter Eskimos, anthropologists, a millionaire toy manufacturer, and lots of wonderful children and babies - and of course the inimitable Johnson Johnson. We also travel all over the place - Winnipeg Canada in the dead of winter, New york and Yugoslavia. We also see more of Dolly in this series. For those in the know, Dolly is a 52 foot luxury yacht. These books are a lot of fun to read, and I will be sorry when I've read my way through them all.