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Abracadaver

Author: Ralph McInerny
Publisher: Toronto ; New York : Worldwide, 1994, ©1989.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Now you see her ... now you don't. A magic show at St. Hilary's one snowy night proves entertaining for the stragglers who braved the weather. Aggie Miller allows her ring to be used in a disappearing act and Father Dowling chances to notice the inscription. Oddly, the ring belongs to Frances Grice, the missing wife of a local millionaire entrepreneur. The ring's new wearer had found it at a garage sale, but it  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Mystery fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph McInerny
ISBN: 0373261527 9780373261529
OCLC Number: 31067847
Notes: "A Worldwide mystery"--Title page verso.
Description: 251 pages ; 18 cm
Responsibility: Ralph McInerny.

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"Now you see her ... now you don't. A magic show at St. Hilary's one snowy night proves entertaining for the stragglers who braved the weather. Aggie Miller allows her ring to be used in a disappearing act and Father Dowling chances to notice the inscription. Oddly, the ring belongs to Frances Grice, the missing wife of a local millionaire entrepreneur. The ring's new wearer had found it at a garage sale, but it clearly brought bad luck. For poor Aggie is brutally murdered. What was the connection between the death of Aggie Miller and the disappearance of Frances Grice? Father Dowling suspects a clever killer ready to steal the show."--BOOK COVER.

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