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Murder in a Minor Key by David A. Crossman
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Murder in a Minor Key

by David A. Crossman

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Albert, a coffee-stained music lover, cannot understand why anyone would want to kill Professor Glenly or why anyone would suspect Tewksbury of the crime. 25,000 first printing.

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A music professor at a university in Boston sees the head of archeology jailed for the murder of a professor of English. The music prof is convinced his friend is innocent and turns sleuth to uncover the real killer, narrowly escaping death himself.

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