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Dead March in Three Keys (1940)

by Norah Lofts

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Richard Curwen met and fell madly in love with Antonia, and she with him. However, they both were penniless and too selfish to live like ordinary mortals. So, Richard married Antonia's frail, wealthy cousin Eloise who looked so much like Antonia that people couldn't tell them apart. Which was what Richard counted on. I liked this book by one of my favorite authors, however it's not my absolute favorite book by Norah Lofts. I give it an A! ( )
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Dead March in Three Keys, also published as No Question of Murder and as Bride of Moat House
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