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John Mortimer

John Mortimer

·4.04·19,879 Ratings
“ No amount of guilt can solve the past, and no amount of anxiety can change the future. ” ― Anonymous
Authors' Books
  • The Best of Wodehouse: An Anthology

    2007·
    ·4.4·389 Ratings
     P.G. Wodehouse (1881-1975) was perhaps the most widely acclaimed British humorist of the twentieth century. Throughout his career, he brilliantly examined the complex and idiosyncratic nature of English upper-crust society with hilarious insight and wit
  • Rumpole and the Reign of Terror

    2006·
    ·4.07·730 Ratings
    When Rumpole and the Penge Bungalow Murders — John Mortimer’s first Rumpole novel ever — debuted last year, devoted fans came to it in droves. Now, just in time for Christmas, Mortimer returns with another Rumpole novel to tackle a truly relevant to
  • Rumpole Rests His Case

    2003·
    ·4.16·754 Ratings
    Contents: Rumpole and the old familiar faces Rumpole and the remembrance of things past Rumpole and the asylum seekers Rumpole and the Camberwell Carrot Rumpole and the actor laddie Rumpole and the teenage werewolf Rumpole rests his case
  • The Third Rumpole Omnibus

    1998·
    ·4.49·365 Ratings
    This compilation of witty mysteries captures John Mortimer?s deft writing. Rumpole a la Carte, a delightful discourse on the British legal system, takes us from a restaurant battle over Rumpole?s mashed spuds to a confrontation with a detective-novelist o
  • The Second Rumpole Omnibus

    1988·
    ·4.46·552 Ratings
    This volume contains twenty tales featuring beloved barrister Horace Rumpole as he turns down another invitation to exchange the joys and sorrows of life as an Old Bailey hack for the delights of the Sunshine State -- where senior citizens loll on beaches
  • The First Rumpole Omnibus

    1984·
    ·4.3·1,364 Ratings
    Who rose to enduring fame on Blood and Typewriters, told the pregnant Portia of the Chambers it would come out in the end, advised Guthrie Featherstone, Q.C. to adopt a more judicial attitude, returned in the tender gloaming of each evening - via Pommeroy
  • Paradise Postponed

    1986·
    ·3.78·546 Ratings
    Ultraliberal clergyman Simeon Simcox, rector of the village of Rapstone Fanner, leaves his entire fortune to Leslie Titmuss, a social-climbing conservative politician. As Mortimer recounts the gossip and dastardly goings-on in Rapstone Fanner, he creates
  • Rumpole on Trial

    1993·
    ·4.23·540 Ratings
    As Rumpole wends his way from court to wine bar and to the matrimonial home in Froxbury Mansions, listeners find their hero jousting with the Devil as he defends eight-year-old Tracy Timson against the dire threats of the local authority, is wooed by a be
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