Mrs. Mohr Goes Missing

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5.4 X 8.0 X 1.1 inches | 0.75 pounds

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About the Author
MARYLA SZYMICZKOWA is a pseudonym for partners Jacek Dehnel and Piotr Tarczyński. Dehnel is the award-winning author of numerous books, including Lala, Saturn, and Aperture. Tarczyński is a translator and historian. Mrs. Mohr Goes Missing is their first shared project.

Long-listed for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Literature Prize Praise for Mrs. Mohr Goes Missing "[An] exceptional debut and series launch... The translation showcases the novel's deliciously ironic voice. Fans who like colorful locales and tongue-in-cheek mysteries will eagerly await Zofia's next outing." --Publishers Weekly, STARRED review "A delightful debut whodunit written with abundant wit and flair. Pray for a series to follow." --Kirkus Reviews "Mrs. Mohr Goes Missing an amazing Polish mystery--fascinating for its vivid portrayal of 1893 Krakow, its witty style, and for Zofia, its irrepressible sleuth. The Daily Mail called it ingenious--we call this new author 'marvelous!'" --Charles Todd, New York Times-bestselling author of the Inspector Ian Rutledge mysteries "An ingenious marriage of comedy and crime." --Olga Tokarczuk, Nobel laureate and author of Man Booker International Prize winner Flights "The unravelling of the mystery is ingenious and takes us through a social setting quivering with snobberies and dos and don'ts. It's fun and sparky and the glimpse of turn-of-the-century Polish manners and mores is beguiling." --Daily Mail "Charming and moreish...Conjures up the delightful books of Dorothy L Sayers . . . The perfect diversion for annoying commutes." --Stylist "While there is a strong whiff of Agatha Christie in this book, it is much more than a pastiche . . . The story fuses high comedy with an evocative portrayal of the period . . . Ably translated." --Sunday Express "Highly comical . . . An extremely absorbing novel." --Kurzojady --