Backstabber

Backstabber

Book - 2004
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He's suave, he's sexy, he's cool...and he's an undertaker. Hitchcock Sewell returns in one of the funniest and most fast-paced novels yet in Tim Cockey's award-winning series. A man has been murdered in his kitchen, and the apparent killer wants Hitch to scoop up the body and take it away...before the police arrive. Meanwhile, Hitch suspects some dodgy dealings in a nursing home where an old friend of his has taken up residence. With his matchless wit and uncommon ability to dig out the truth, Hitch is once again up to his old tricks.
Publisher: New York : Hyperion, c2004
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780786867134
0786867132
Branch Call Number: Suspense F Coc

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slang123
Mar 25, 2016

The main character, undertaker Hitchcock Sewell, as described by his ex-wife: "Listen, lovey, you're a curious cat. You itch easily. You were born under the sign of skeptic."

"Backstabber" is mildly amusing, vaguely satirical. Would make a good series for TV in the vein of the old Rockford Files, which starred James Garner.

Although this is only one of several Cockey novels featuring Hitchcock Sewell, one was enough for me - I won't be reading the others.

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Mar 25, 2016

"The lines between fact and memory and willful self-delusion are wobbly ones."

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