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A Change Of Heir By Michael Innes,

  • Title: A Change Of Heir
  • Author: Michael Innes
  • ISBN: 9781842327272
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Paperback
  • George Gadberry, resting actor , packs his bags and heads for obscurity when the Tax Inspector beckons Then he receives a mysterious invitation and a proposition that could lead to enormous riches Wealthy imbiber, Nicholas Comberford, wants George to impersonate him in order to secure a place in the will of fabulously affluent Great Aunt Prudence, who lives in a CistercGeorge Gadberry, resting actor , packs his bags and heads for obscurity when the Tax Inspector beckons Then he receives a mysterious invitation and a proposition that could lead to enormous riches Wealthy imbiber, Nicholas Comberford, wants George to impersonate him in order to secure a place in the will of fabulously affluent Great Aunt Prudence, who lives in a Cistercian monastery and won t allow a single drop of liquor in the place Gadberry s luck seems to have changed but at what cost
    A Change Of Heir George Gadberry resting actor packs his bags and heads for obscurity when the Tax Inspector beckons Then he receives a mysterious invitation and a proposition that could lead to enormous riches Wea

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    1. One of the best Michael Innes books I ve read so far Highly amusing and very clever story of a foolish unemployed actor who takes on a role that might end his life Droll in the extreme and tighter than some of his other novels.

    2. Unemployed actor George Gadberry is skeptical of the idea of posing as Prudence Minton s heir True, her real great nephew, Nicholas Comberford, has asked him to do that very thing he certainly doesn t want to be stuck up in the Yorkshire dales, at an old abbey, away from the beauties of France that he s currently enjoying But George soon finds out that there are others at the abbey with plans for the Minton fortune and they re a great deal ruthless than poor George.

    3. Too old fashioned of a writing style I never got interested Won t read any by this author, if that s his style in the rest of his books.

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