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Backstabber: A Hitchcock Sewell Mystery (Hitchcock Sewell Mysteries)

2 Ratings: 4.0
A book by Tim Cockey

In his fifth amusing gig after 2003'sMurder in the Hearse Degree, Hitchcock Sewell, sage undertaker by profession and amateur sleuth by inclination, is drawn into a nasty murder case by an old high school chum. A bit rough around the edges, Jonathan … see full wiki

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Author: Tim Cockey
Publisher: Hyperion
2 reviews about Backstabber: A Hitchcock Sewell Mystery...
review by . September 07, 2008
Cockey brings back Baltimore undertaker Hitchcock Sewell for his fifth (and first without "Hearse" in the title - see my review of The Hearse Case Scenario for a complete list) turn as an accidental private investigator. His listening and observation skills honed in dealing with the recently-dead and recently-bereaved provide him with an ability and aptitude for curiosity that well suits him for his amateur pursuit. Cockey does a good job using his place settings; Maryland natives will instantly …
review by . July 29, 2004
One of the nice things about being a regular at the library is that the librarians start to "look out for you". They know my tastes and make sure I know when particular books come out. One of my favorite ladies over there clued me in to the latest Tim Cockey novel, Backstabber. Fun mystery, good story, and excellent writing and dialog...      Cockey's main character is Hitchcock Sewell, an undertaker. This series could accurately be called the male amateur detective genre. Hitch …
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