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Oscar Wilde and a Game Called Murder: A Mystery (Oscar Wilde Mysteries) (edition 2008)
Oscar Wilde and the Ring of Death by Gyles Brandreth
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"This, the second in Gyles Brandreth's series of Victorian murder mysteries featuring Oscar Wilde, opens at the Cadogan Hotel, London, in May 1892. Wilde - at the height of his fame and fortune - cannot know what he has begun when he proposes a game of 'Murder', in which each of his dinner guests must list the names of those they would most like to kill. It is only a game, but within hours the fourteen 'victims' begin to die, one by one." "Wilde and his confidantes, Robert Sherard and Arthur Conan Doyle, realise the murderer is among their party. In a race against time, Wilde must take action before he becomes the next victim."--BOOK JACKET.
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