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The murder room

Author: P D James
Publisher: New York : Knopf, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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The Dupayne, a small private museum on the edge of London's Hampstead Heath devoted to the interwar years 1919-1939, in in turmoil. The trustees-the three children of the museum founder, old Max Dupayne, are bitterly at odds over whether it should be closed. Then one of them is brutally murdered, and what seemed to be no more than a family dispute erupts into horror.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Mystery fiction
Named Person: Adam Dalgliesh, (Fictitious character); Adam Dalgliesh, (Fictitious character)
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: P D James
ISBN: 1400041414 9781400041411
OCLC Number: 55057866
Description: 398 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: People and the place : Friday 25 October-Friday 1 November --
First victim : Friday 1 November-Tuesday 5 November --
Second victim : Wednesday 6 November-Thursday 7 November --
Third victim : Thursday 7 November-Friday 8 November.
Responsibility: P.D. James.

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The Dupayne, a small private museum on the edge of London's Hampstead Heath devoted to the interwar years 1919-1939, in in turmoil. The trustees-the three children of the museum founder, old Max Dupayne, are bitterly at odds over whether it should be closed. Then one of them is brutally murdered, and what seemed to be no more than a family dispute erupts into horror.

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