Paper $15.00 ISBN: 9780712357258 Published June 2014 For sale in North and South America only

Murder Underground

Mavis Doriel Hay

Murder Underground
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Mavis Doriel Hay

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288 pages | 5 1/4 x 7 1/2 | © 2014
Paper $15.00 ISBN: 9780712357258 Published June 2014 For sale in North and South America only
If you were suddenly to be found murdered, would your friends have theories about who had done the deed? Well, when the wealthy and unpleasant Miss Pongleton meets her end on the stairs of Belsize Park underground station in Murder Underground, her housemates—though not particularly grieved—have plenty of guesses at the identity of her killer. While they’re merely airing theories, events arise that unexpectedly enable several of them, including Tuppy the terrier, to put them to the test.
This novel from the golden age of British crime fiction is sure to puzzle and charm fans of Dorothy L. Sayers, Agatha Christie, and Josephine Tey.
Dorothy L. Sayers | Sunday Times
“This detective novel is much more than interesting. The numerous characters are well differentiated, and include one of the most feckless, exasperating and lifelike literary men that ever confused a trail.”
Chapter I: Miss Pongleton on the Stairs
Chapter II: The Frumps
Chapter III: Gerry Blunders In
Chapter IV: A Confession
Chapter V: Mr. Slocomb Advises
Chapter VI: The Press Does Its Duty
Chapter VII: Basil Elaborates
Chapter VIII: Basil Appeals to Betty
Chapter IX: Basil Think of Gloves
Chapter X: Tuppy Performs his Trick
Chapter XI: Mrs. Daymer Decides to Investigate
Chapter XII: Hunt the Pearls!
Chapter XIII: Mamie Turns Up
Chapter XIV: Betty Decides to Cook the Evidence
Chapter XV: Basil Reports Progress
Chapter XVI: Gerry Causes Anxiety
Chapter XVII: Discoveries
Chapter XVIII: Clues in Coventry
Chapter XIX: Conspiracy!
Chapter XX: What Nellie Heard
Chapter XXI: “Some Valuable Information”
Chapter XXII: Mr. Slocomb is Surprised
Chapter XXIII: Comments by the Frumps
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