Midnight Fugue

Midnight Fugue

A Dalziel and Pascoe Mystery

Book - 2009
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Baker & Taylor
In novel set during a single October day, Andy Dalziel investigates the seven-year disappearance of Gina Wolfe's husband, a former detective who may either be in a fugue state or fleeing suspicion over leaks in a case he was working, in a mystery that is further complicated by loan shark Goldie Gidman and two henchmen from his past who are shadowing Gina. 25,000 first printing.

Reginald Hill, award-winning author of The Price of Butcher’s Meat and Death Comes for the Fat Man, returns with Midnight Fugue, a riveting new crime novel featuring Yorkshire coppers Dalziel and Pascoe as they tackle the case of a detective who went missing seven years ago under suspicious circumstances. Taking place within the space of a single October Sunday and alternating between Mid-Yorkshire and London, Midnight Fugue is a riveting, complex mystery that builds to a dramatic, twisting conclusion.

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Andy Dalziel investigates the seven-year-old disappearance of Gina Wolfe's husband, a former detective who may either be in a fugue state or fleeing suspicion over leaks in one of his cases.

Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, 2009
ISBN: 9780061451966
Branch Call Number: MYS Hill R
Characteristics: 362 p. ; 24 cm


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Aug 27, 2016

So sad to know he died, and will never read another of his books.
Crime Author Hill Loses Cancer Battle

13 January 2012

British author Reginald Hill, who created the Dalziel & Pascoe crime novels, has lost his battle with cancer at the age of 75.

Aug 24, 2014

Much enjoyed. Sad to think this was the last one. Pardon the pun, it was a good note to go out on!

Aug 21, 2010

One of the best yet. Hill manages to continue to develop Dalziel's character.

Aug 18, 2010

My first and probably last Insp Dalziel story. Not able to connect with the characters.

ser_library Jul 10, 2010

loved the references to Importance of Being Ernest and improved my vocabulary and general knowledge

Mar 30, 2010

Really enjoyed this book. I think it's the best one yet of this series.

Jan 06, 2010

A good Dalziel & Pascoe mystery -- even more confusions than usual, and coincidences. All sorted out in the end though. We don't see much of Ellie or Pascoe this time.


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