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Death Of A Busybody

The British Library
A neglected gem from a golden era of British crime writing, republished from the British Library’s superlative collection. Death of a Busybody: from 1943. The village snoop, Miss Ethel Tither, is found floating in a cesspool. Inspector Thomas Littlejohn is spoiled for a choice of suspects. The amiable vicar supplies him with a map showing the scene of the crime but a second death unsettles the village. A strange tale of hidden identities, repressed resentment, religious fervour and financial scams. Life in the picturesque village of Hilary Magna proves to be very far from idyllic. Written by George Bellairs, a pseudonym of Manchester author Harold Blundell (1902-1985).

Paperback, 221 pages, 1 map.
7 ½" x 5".
£8.99
Code: 21176

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