Caught between two very different worlds, WW2 forced this queen of crime to become better acquainted with her homeland.
This is the fifth episode of Queens of Crime at War, a six part series looking at what the best writers from the golden age of detective fiction did once that period came to an end with the start of the Second World War.
Thanks to my guest, Gail Pittaway. You can find out more about her work here.
There are no spoilers in this episode.
— Ngaio Marsh: Her Life in Crime by Joanne Drayton
— Ngaio Marsh by Margaret Lewis
— Ngaio Marsh: The Woman and Her Work by B. J. Rahn
— Black Beech and Honeydew by Ngaio Marsh
— Overture to Death by Ngaio Marsh
— Death at the Bar by Ngaio Marsh
— Surfeit of Lampreys by Ngaio Marsh
— Death and the Dancing Footman by Ngaio Marsh
— Vintage Murder by Ngaio Marsh
— Colour Scheme by Ngaio Marsh
— Died in the Wool by Ngaio Marsh
— Photo Finish by Ngaio Marsh
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