8 edition of Situation Tragedy found in the catalog.
January 2000 by iUniverse .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||176|
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"Situation Tragedy" isn't perhaps the best of the series, and of course by now it's a bit dated, but the satire holds up, the laughs keep coming, and although it's not terribly hard for the aficionado to guess whodunnit, the book is a satisfying read.
I recommend it heartily/5(15). Situation tragedy: A Charles Paris mystery Hardcover – January 1, by Simon Brett (Author)/5(15). "Situation Tragedy" isn't perhaps the best of the series, and of course by now it's a bit dated, but the satire holds up, the laughs keep coming, and although it's not terribly hard for the aficionado to guess whodunnit, the book is a satisfying read.
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The Strutters was destined to be the situation comedy hit of the year, with just the right mix of stars and schmaltz - along with none other than hard-drinking Charles Paris /5(12). The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Situation Tragedy (Charles Paris Series #7) by Simon Brett at Barnes & Noble.
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There is no discernable pattern, and Charles Paris is confidently on the trail. But the solution. It bothers me that we didn't learn a lot.
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