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Beryl Helliwell cited for 'reckless' motoring? Why, the very idea! Constable Gibbs just has it in for her. The solution? Charm the magistrate, of course. Beryl and Edwina pay a visit to the magistrate only to find his home ransacked and the man himself lying dead at the bottom of a grand staircase. Declan O'Shea, who assists Beryl's aged gardener Simpkins, falls under suspicion after having had his own run-in with the magistrate - mostly, Beryl believes, because he's Irish. Meanwhile, census reports have gone missing. Is someone trying to hide something from the census takers - and could that theft have anything to do with the magistrate's death? -- adapted from jacket.
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Hood River County Library FIC ELLICOTT (Text) 33892100714865 Adult Fiction Book None 12/15/2020 Available -

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  • ISBN: 1496724844
  • ISBN: 9781496724847
  • Physical Description: 282 pages ; 22 cm.
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  • Edition: First Kensington hardcover edition.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Kensington Books, 2020.

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General Note: Sequel to: Murder cuts the mustard.
Summary, etc.: Beryl Helliwell cited for 'reckless' motoring? Why, the very idea! Constable Gibbs just has it in for her. The solution? Charm the magistrate, of course. Beryl and Edwina pay a visit to the magistrate only to find his home ransacked and the man himself lying dead at the bottom of a grand staircase. Declan O'Shea, who assists Beryl's aged gardener Simpkins, falls under suspicion after having had his own run-in with the magistrate - mostly, Beryl believes, because he's Irish. Meanwhile, census reports have gone missing. Is someone trying to hide something from the census takers - and could that theft have anything to do with the magistrate's death? -- adapted from jacket.
Subject: Great Britain History George V, 1910-1936 Fiction
Villages England Fiction
Americans England Fiction
Murder Investigation Fiction
Women private investigators Fiction
Genre: Historical fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.
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