6 edition of Murder most fair found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 188-199) and index.
|LC Classifications||PR830.D4 C6 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||207 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||00037120|
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Given the fact that it does, what are its conventions. Murder at the Book Fair: Book 8 Dekker Cozy Mystery Series which is written by Steve Demaree. This series takes two detectives who have retired and have managed to get themselves involved in solving mysteries as civilians.
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The basic mystery plot formula is pretty simple. Early on, a dead body turns up, a valuable item goes missing, or a puzzle begs to be solved. The reader knows that by the end of the book, questions will have been answered, which is a comforting element in even the most gruesome murder mysteries.
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Nielsen Bookscan data at the London book fair has revealed that crime novels infor the first time since Nielsen’s records began, sold more than the category rather vaguely labelled. Directed by Wolfgang Panzer. With Samantha Bond, Linda Kash, Bernd Michael Lade, Saul Rubinek. Halifax Chronicle-Herald newspaper reporter Judith Cass is in Frankfurt attending a book fair, she there to write an article on up and coming Canadian author Jonathan Matthews who is writing a book rumored to be of major historical significance/10(69).