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Murder On Martha's Vineyard (1st edition/1st printing): David Osborn

Murder On Martha's Vineyard (1st edition/1st printing)

David Osborn

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ISBN 10: 155802218X / ISBN 13: 9781558022188
Editorial: Lynx Books, New York, 1989
Condición: As New Encuadernación de tapa dura
Librería: Chateau Chamberay Books (Sammamish, WA, Estados Unidos de America)

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Unread Hardcover. 1st Edition/1st Printing. Hardcover with unclipped dust jacket in Brodart dust cover. Simply pristine, from my personal smoke-free collection. Seller is the original and only owner of this book. Not a remainder or EX-LIB. A GIFT QUALITY COPY. You'll not likely find a finer copy! Delivered to you in a box, never in an envelope. N° de ref. de la librería 000955

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Título: Murder On Martha's Vineyard (1st edition/1st...

Editorial: Lynx Books, New York

Año de publicación: 1989

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:As New

Condición de la sobrecubierta: As New

Edición: 1st Edition

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Sinopsis:

Margaret Barlow, a widow in her late 50s, summers on Martha's Vineyard, where she has also taken up ballooning with eccentric Essie Peck, a year-round resident. Islanders are stunned when socialite Rose Perkins is found drowned, her body partially eaten by turtles, in the pond of elderly recluse Grace Chadwick. Some years previously, Chadwick had sold her old Victorian house, retaining lifetime residency rights, to artist Algar Mikele and his wife, who have been in financial difficulties ever since. When another murder occurs, suspicion begins to fall on Algar. To help her friends, Margaret begins to investigate, despite warnings from the local police lieutenant.

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This is the first entry in what might become a promising new series if only the author can control his taste for the "terrible events of last summer" and "had I but known" variety of cliche. Margaret Barlow, a widow in her late 50s, summers on Martha's Vineyard, where she has also taken up ballooning with eccentric Essie Peck, a year-round resident. Islanders are stunned when socialite Rose Perkins is found drowned, her body partially eaten by turtles, in the pond of elderly recluse Grace Chadwick. Some years previously, Chadwick had sold her old Victorian house, retaining lifetime residency rights, to artist Algar Mikele and his wife, who have been in financial difficulties ever since. When another murder occurs, suspicion begins to fall on Algar. To help her friends, Margaret begins to investigate, despite warnings from the local police lieutenant. While Osborn ( Heads ) has created an interesting protagonist, he has neglected to flesh out her character and give her an inner reality. 30,000 copy first printing.
Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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Chateau Chamberay Books is a collection of mostly signed First Edition Books from a personal library of suspense, mystery and literature novels.

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