6 edition of This club frowns on murder found in the catalog.
This club frowns on murder
|LC Classifications||PS3552.O7547 T4 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||182 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||89048529|
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Paul soon discovers that beneath the placid, cultured surface of the Alumni Club whirls a maelstrom; old grudges, embarrassing secrets, and some implacable hatreds add up to something most definitely not in the membership rules -- murder.
--Book 2 of the The Paul and Alice Prye MysteriesAuthor: Albert Borowitz. Despite the Pryes' amateurish efforts, This club frowns on murder book mean-spirited practical jokes continue and a recipient of a poison-pen letter is murdered while attending an Alumni Club costume party.
Borowitz's (The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murders) grating witticisms and his frequent lectures on obscure crime facts make this mystery slow going. This Club Frowns on Murder By Albert Borowitz When true-crime historian Paul Prye and his wife Alice come to stay at the Club, their expert help is enlisted and they begin to make discreet inquiries about poison-pen condolence letters.
As in the author's debut novel (The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder, ), an undermotivated lunatic is up to no good. The setting this time is the distinguished Alumni Club in.
This club frowns on murder. [Albert Borowitz] -- "Dear Mrs. Richardson, I must let you know how I, and all the members of the Alumni Club, sympathize with you in John's untimely death." In a time of sorrow such a note would be a welcome expression.
This Club Frowns on Murder "Dear Mrs. Richardson, I must let you know how I, and all the members of the Alumni Club, sympathize with you in John's untimely death." In a time of sorrow such a note would be a welcome expression of condolence, but since John Richardson is very much alive when the note arrives, it's a bit disconcerting to his wife.
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Book 2: This Club Frowns on Murder "Dear Mrs. Richardson, I must let you know how I, and all the members of the Alumni Club, sympathize with you in John's untimely death." In a time of sorrow such a note would be a welcome expression of condolence, but since John Richardson is very much alive when the note arrives, it's a bit disconcerting to his wife.
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