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Murder by the book : mysteries for bibliophiles

Edwards, Martin, 1955-, Cole, G. D. H. (George Douglas Howard), 1889-1959 Container of (work) : Lesson in crime., Cole, Margaret, 1893-1980 Container of (work) : Lesson in crime., Bentley, E. C. (Edmund Clerihew), 1875-1956 Container of (work) : Trent and the ministering angel., Blake, Nicholas, 1904-1972 Container of (work) : Slice of bad luck., Roberts, S. C. (Sydney Castle), 1887-1966 Container of (work) : Strange case of the Megatherium thefts., MacDonald, Philip. Container of (work) : Malice domestic., Milne, A. A. (Alan Alexander), 1882-1956 Container of (work) : Savage game., Symons, Julian, 1912-1994 Container of (work) : Clue in the book., Mitchell, Gladys, 1901-1983 Container of (work) : Manuscript., Vickers, Roy. Container of (work) : Man and his mother-in-law., Innes, Michael, 1906-1994 Container of (work) : Grey's ghost., Brand, Christianna, 1907-1988 Container of (work) : Dear Mr. Editor ..., Bremner, Marjorie, 1916- Container of (work) : Murder in advance., Canning, Victor. Container of (work) : Question of character., Creasey, John. Container of (work) : Book of honour., Crispin, Edmund, 1921-1978 Container of (work) : We know you're busy writing ..., Marsh, Ngaio, 1895-1982 Container of (work) : Chapter and verse.,
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"With Martin Edwards as librarian and guide, delve into an irresistible stack of bibliomysteries, perfect for every booklover and armchair sleuth, featuring much-loved Golden Age detectives Nigel Strangeways, Philip Trent, Detective Chief Inspector Roderick Alleyn, and others. But readers should be warned that the most riveting tales often conceal the deadliest of secrets ... "If much of the action is set in a bookshop or a library, it is a bibliomystery, just as it is if a major character is a bookseller or a librarian." -Otto Penzler A bookish puzzle threatens an eagerly awaited inheritance; a submission to a publisher recounts a murder that seems increasingly to be a work of nonfiction; an irate novelist puts a grisly end to the source of his writer's block. There is no better hiding place for clues-or red herrings-than inside the pages of a book. But in this world of resentful ghost writers, indiscreet playwrights, and unscrupulous book collectors, literary prowess is often a prologue to disaster"--

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