Beware the Tufted Duck: A Lucy Wayles Mystery (Birdwatcher Mystery).
Beware the Tufted Duck: A Lucy Wayles Mystery (Birdwatcher Mystery). 0451190246 (ISBN13: 9780451190246). Lucy is clever with spotting both birds and clues as she, with the lovelorn Markus in tow, investigates the murder of a fellow birder, Abraham. The police consider it a random murder by homeless people, but Lucy suspects otherwise. Beware the tufted duck. Will she and the clueless Markus solve the murder before somebody else gets killed? Like one of them?
Lucy Wayles Mystery Series. 3 primary works, 3 total works. Book 1.
Lucy Wayles Mystery Series. Lydia Adamson has made her mark on the mystery g. ore. Shelve Beware the Tufted Duck.
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Beware the Tufted Duck. 1996) (The first book in the Lucy Wayles series) A novel by Lydia Adamson. Lydia Adamson has made her mark on the mystery genre with not one, but two popular mystery series, and now she unveils yet a third! This wonderful new series introduces former librarian Lucy Wales, an eccentric birdwatcher with a knack for solving crimes. In this premiere mystery, Lucy investigates the strange death of a fellow birdwatcher. Used availability for Lydia Adamson's Beware the Tufted Duck.
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The first in a new series of mysteries by the author of the Alice Nestleton series introduces ex-librarian Lucy Wayles, an eccentric birdwatcher with a penchant for solving crimes, beginning with the strange death of a fellow birder. First Cases 2: First Appearances of Classic Amateur Sleuths EAN 9780451190178. The Legacy EAN 9780451190154. The Homicide Report EAN 9780451190345. Starlight Passage EAN 9780451190376.
Birds have sometimes been the hero of the piece (the Maltese Falcon) or the anti-hero (Birds!) but birdwatchers as her, villain or even incidental character is a pretty new phenomenon. A few have even made it into the movies (Kes). Below you will find a number of novelists some of whom have gone on to be TV or Film writers too. Perhaps, in the UK at least, the best known is Ann Cleeves, not only writing several novels about birders but two TV series (‘Vera’ and ‘Shetland’).
Beware the Tufted Duck: A Lucy Wayles Mystery, by Lydia Adamson, Signet, 1996. Murder on Warbler Weekend: A Bob White Birder Murder Mystery, by Jan Dunlap, North Star Press of St. Cloud, 2009. Beware the Butcherbird: A Lucy Wayles Mystery, by Lydia Adamson, Signet, 1997. Beware The Laughing Gull: A Lucy Wayles Mystery, by Lydia Adamson, Signet, 1998, ISBN 0451195981. The Red Heron: A Robyn Devara Mystery, by Karen Dudley, Ravenstone, 1999. A Bobwhite Killing: A Bob White Birder Murder Mystery, by Jan Dunlap, North Star Press of St. Cloud, 2010.