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Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club, the (original 1928; edition 1987)
The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club by Dorothy L. Sayers (1928)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0061043540, Mass Market Paperback)90-year-old General Fendman was definitely dead, but no one knew exactly when he had died -- and the time of death was the determining factor in a half-million-pound inheritance. Lord Peter Wimsey would need every bit of his amazing skills to unravel the mysteries of why the General's lapel was without a red poppy on Armistice Day, how the club's telephone was fixed without a repairman, and, most puzzling of all, why the great man's knee swung freely when the rest of him was stiff with rigor mortis.
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90-year-old General Fentiman was found dead in his favorite wing chair at the Bellona Club. Oddly, his sister died elsewhere the same day, perhaps within minutes of her brother. The timing is critical; it is a question of inheritance.--Container.
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