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Museum Selection The Cheltenham Square Murder
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The Cheltenham Square Murder

The British Library

A republished tale from the Library's superlative collection of British crime fiction. John Bude was the pseudonym of Ernest Elmore (1901-1957), an author of the golden age of crime fiction. The Cheltenham Square Murder: originally published in 1937, a classic example of how John Bude builds a drama within a very specific location. The, seeming, tranquility of Regency Square in Cheltenham is disrupted by a sudden and unusual death - an arrow to the head, shot through an open window at no. 6. Superintendent Meredith, staying at no. 8, finds himself investigating the square's inhabitants, 6 of whom are keen members of the Wellington Archery Club... but appearances prove to be deceiving..

Paperback, 7 " x 5", 285 pages.
£8.99

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