Till Death Do Us Part

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The British Library
An evocative, British mystery from the golden age of crime writing.

A fortune teller is accidentally shot after giving a reading at a local fa...
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The British Library
An evocative, British mystery from the golden age of crime writing.

A fortune teller is accidentally shot after giving a reading at a local fair and warns there is a dangerous murderer at large, who makes his victims’ deaths appear to be suicides. Crime writer Dick Markham’s betrothed, Lesley Grant, is accused and when the fortune teller is later found dead in a classic, locked-room set-up, Markham’s suspicions deepen. Called in to solve the ‘impossible’ crime, can Dr Gideon Fell clear Grant’s name and unmask the truth in a perplexing mystery and ‘howdunnit’?

This acclaimed mystery from John Dickson Carr (1906-77) was originally published in 1944.
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Paperback
19 x 13cm
254 pages
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