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Murder for Miss Emily by J.F. Straker

Murder for Miss Emily (1961)

by J.F. Straker

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The villagers of Cheswick had been prophesying for years that something unpleasant would happen to John Cluster, a local farmer whose own wife had said of him that he had more enemies than a dog had fleas! So when his body was found fully clothed on Miss Emily Mytton's bed with the handle of a poultry-knife protruding from his back, there were some who could not conceal their satisfaction at being proved right, and several of his enemies automatically became suspects.… (more)

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