Duplicate Death

By: Heyer, Georgette

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Corners slightly chipping, a little edge wear and rubbing, some discoloration to top edge. A little rippling to first 3 or 4 pages. ; Bantam S5543, 233 pp. Reading copy. Spine a bit creased, slanted, corners creased and chipped, some edge wear and soiling, reading crease. Pages tanned but text is clean and unmarked. A good reading copy.

"That morning, Beulah bought the weapon. Before supper, she had spit out her hatred for the victim in poisonout - and public - words. And at the party, she was the last to see him alive.
"They found him slumped in a chair - his handsome head lolling forward on his well-cut dinner jacket - his florid face hideously distored. A horrible death, observed the Inspector. But very simple for a young lady like Beulah to arrange . . . "; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall; 191 pages;

"Mrs. Haddington was best known for two things: her spirited games of duplicate bridge and her beautiful nineteen-year-old daughter, Cynthia, whom every bachelor in London seemed to be courting. But she soon became notorious for a more ominous reason: during one of her bridge evenings Dan Seaton-Carew, a rather rakish middle-aged man with whom Cynthia had recently been quite infatuated, had excused himself to make a telephone call in the study, where he was found strangled shortly thereafter. Then, when Mrs. Haddington herself was found strangled in the same spot several days later, the police realized that the game of duplicate bridge could now be called duplicate murder. "

Title: Duplicate Death

Author Name: Heyer, Georgette

Edition: 27th Edition; 1st Owl Printing

ISBN Number: 0030032997

ISBN-13: 9780030032998

Location Published: New York, Owl Books: 1985

Binding: Mass Market Paperback

Book Condition: Good+

Categories: Mystery, Georgette Heyer

Seller ID: 8473

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