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1 Battison, Brian The Christmas Bow Murder
New York St. Martin's Press 1994 031211463X / 9780312114633 Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 


Ex-library with only a few markings. Corners bumped, slight edge wear. Jacket enclosed in plastic wraps, taped to boards, shows a little edge wear and darkening. A clean, attractive copy.

"When blonde, attractive, and promiscuous Stella Caraway is found murdered, a scarf around her broken neck tied in a bow and her near naked body displayed like a bizarre gift, her stormy marriage immediately points to her evasive husband, Steven, as the killer. But Chief Inspector Jim Ashworth, swimming against the tide of his colleagues' opinions, thinks this is too obvious a solution. As the list of Stella's ex-lovers continues to grow, including everyone from a gardener to a councilman, Ashworth realizes he has a rather befuddling task ahead of him. The 'new guard' in the department, desperate to oust him for a modern, automated system of detective work, begins to assert its pressure. In a race against time and youth and impetuousness, Ashworth, fighting for the wisdom of experience, must call in his last remaining favor and rely on old-fashioned detection mixed with intuition to try to get the job done."; Ex-Library; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
002044 
Price: 5.95 USD

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2 Battison, Brian The Witch's Familiar
Leicester F. A. Thorpe Publishers 1998 0708953352 / 9780708953358 Large Print Edition Trade Paperback Good 


Spine slightly slanted, minor edgewear and bumping, cover creased. Ex-library with a few stamps. Text is bright and clean.

"Four hundred years ago the aldermen of Bridgetown, believing that Isobel Perkins was a witch, subjected her to a horrific death. While flames licked her body, Isobel screamed a curse to her executioners and all of their future issue. When best-selling author Joyce Regent, hounded by the tabloid press because of her sexual behavior, takes up residence in Witch's Cottage, it seems that the witch has returned - and with her, the curse. Descendants of the alderman are frightened. But frightened enough to murder her?"; Ex-Library; 6" - 7" Tall
005780 
Price: 18.00 USD

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