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Murder's bad but Monday can kill you! : a play in two acts

Author: Pat Cook
Publisher: Woodstock, Ill. : Dramatic Pub., ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Drama : English
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"Harry's back! That's right, Harry Monday, that Sam Spade wannabe in the trench coat and gumshoes, is hot and on his latest case. Does he know what he's doing? Who knows? Is he over his head? Of course. Especially when he finds three characters murdered at the Restful Glen Psychiatric Annex. Only after he arrives does he find out that all the inmates have multiple personalities. And the three murder victims are all  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pat Cook
ISBN: 087129866X 9780871298669
OCLC Number: 41243042
Description: 78 pages : portrait ; 19 cm
Responsibility: by Pat Cook.

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"Harry's back! That's right, Harry Monday, that Sam Spade wannabe in the trench coat and gumshoes, is hot and on his latest case. Does he know what he's doing? Who knows? Is he over his head? Of course. Especially when he finds three characters murdered at the Restful Glen Psychiatric Annex. Only after he arrives does he find out that all the inmates have multiple personalities. And the three murder victims are all the same guy! Who killed Jeffrey Stadtlander? Was it the congressman who, in a crisis, becomes Edgar Allan Poe? Or maybe it was the schoolteacher who runs hot and cold? Or what about the mailman who has more personalities than he ever had on his route? "Clues are falling like cigarettes in the boys' bathroom," he says as he soon finds himself committed—and not just to the case. This wise-cracking whodunit will have you guessing until the final red herring—or perhaps Harry's goose—is cooked." -- Publisher's website

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