If It s Monday This Must Be Murder

If It s Monday  This Must Be Murder

If It's Monday , This Must Be Murder ! Cast : 5m , 4w , expandable to 13 actors . That's right , that same throw - back to the 1940s , that same left foot in the gumshoe we know and love from Three Murders and it's Only Monday ! is at ...

Author: David Patrick Cook

Publisher: Dramatic Publishing

ISBN: 0871294486

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Complete Catalog of Plays Musicals

Complete Catalog of Plays   Musicals

Columbus, Curt Crime and Punishment Congalion, Joanna Leigh Classroom Scenes and Monologues. ... 163 If It's Monday, This Must Be Murder! ... leads to Murder... 32 Moors Bad But Monday Can Kill 162 Pandora's Revenge Rest in Peace .

Author: Dramatic Publishing Company

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ISBN: UCSC:32106020064173

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Murder Is a Must

Murder Is a Must

16 T carried out a quick translation of what Dom had said and reinter-preted it to suit the prevailing truth . “ You saw Zeno go into the Charlotte yesterday ? Because that's when he started work . ” “ Yesterday was Monday .

Author: Marty Wingate

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781984804150

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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Determined to make the First Edition Library a success, Hayley Burke wasn’t expecting to have to solve an old friend’s murder in this all-new mystery from USA Today bestselling author Marty Wingate. Hayley Burke, curator of Lady Fowling's collection of first edition mysteries, is settling into her position at the First Edition Library in Middlebank House. She's even made progress with Lady Fowling's former secretary, the ornery Miss Woolgar. The women are busily preparing for an exhibition that will showcase Lady Fowling's life and letters. Hayley knows the exhibition is a huge undertaking and decides, against her better judgement, to hire Oona Atherton, her former boss from the Jane Austen Centre to help with the planning. Oona is known for being difficult, but all seems to be going swimmingly until she and Hayley uncover a one-page letter that alludes to a priceless edition of MURDER MUST ADVERTISE signed by several Golden Age of Mystery authors. Oona feels this book could be the focal point of the exhibition and becomes obsessed with finding it. When they find clues that appear to point to the book being somewhere in the First Edition Library, Oona is certain she's unraveled the mystery and texts Hayley the good news, but upon arriving back at Middlebank, Hayley finds her old boss dead at the bottom of the stairs. Did her discovery of the rare book get her killed or was it some angry shadow from her past? Hayley must read between the lines to catch a malicious murderer.
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Murder Must Advertise

Murder Must Advertise

And on Monday you go before the magistrate and reserve your defence. It's a pity you can't be in court to hear yourself, but I'm afraid that's rather beyond our powers. Still, you can be seen immediately afterwards doing something ...

Author: Dorothy L. Sayers

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 9781453258934

Category: Fiction

Page: 328

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Lord Peter Wimsey goes undercover at an ad agency to find out who pitched a copywriter down a flight of stairs—“Delightful reading” (The New York Times). The iron staircase at Pym’s Publicity is a deathtrap, and no one in the advertising agency is surprised when Victor Dean tumbles down it, cracking his skull along the way. Dean’s replacement arrives just a few days later—a green copywriter named Death Bredon. Though he displays a surprising talent for the business of selling margarine, alarm clocks, and nerve tonics, Bredon is not really there to write copy. In fact, he is really Lord Peter Wimsey, and he has come to Pym’s in search of the man who pushed Dean. As he tries to navigate the cutthroat world of London advertising, Lord Peter uncovers a mystery that touches on catapults, cocaine, and cricket. But how does one uncover a murderer in a business where it pays to have no soul? Murder Must Advertise is the 10th book in the Lord Peter Wimsey Mysteries, but you may enjoy the series by reading the books in any order. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Dorothy L. Sayers including rare images from the Marion E. Wade Center at Wheaton College.
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Saturday Review

Saturday Review

The army is deployed into a single line , or divided into a nor the last murderer inspired by jealousy . ... The ditferent corps become mixed either during or before the tight , and the completeness must we confess our inferiority to ...

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ISBN: BSB:BSB10498635

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Saturday Review of Politics Literature Science and Art

Saturday Review of Politics  Literature  Science and Art

But he was ill - arranged , " prolix , and bitterly partisan , but its a magnificent leader of the forces of revolt ... A political prisoner of ability , who was in that murders must cease , and had such an order suctouch with the ...

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ISBN: MINN:31951001919287H

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The Saturday Review of Politics Literature Science and Art

The Saturday Review of Politics  Literature  Science and Art

The other reason is the long interval between the arrière pensée that such killing is only murder in Quarter ... that the cause lies in the women and children from the same human point of view circuit system ; and that reform must come ...

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ISBN: PRNC:32101076529971

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Murder Must Wait

Murder Must Wait

We must proceed on the assumption that one or two, if not all, are alive, whereas Mrs Rockcliff is dead and her murderer cannot escape me. Therefore we give priority to the babies and hope that the murder of Mrs Rockcliff will assist us ...

Author: Arthur W. Upfield

Publisher: ETT Imprint

ISBN: 9781922384614

Category: Fiction

Page: 188

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In the little town of Mitford, New South Wales, four babies have been stolen - all boys, all under three months old, and all apparently neglected by their mothers. The local police have given up and the trail is cold. Then a fifth child vanishes, and the mother is found dead next to the empty cot. Inspector Bonaparte is called in, first to find the missing children, and only then to solve the murder... Bony - a unique figure among top-flight detectives. - BBC
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Murder Must Appetize

Murder Must Appetize

'I think I know who the murderer is. But I doubt if I can ever prove it. A question of proof—that's a good title for a detective story, if you ever write one—and I've got enough proof to fill an acorn.' I think I know what the title of ...

Author: H. R. F. Keating

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781448202317

Category: Fiction

Page: 64

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A monograph of Golden Age detective fiction from H.R.F. Keating, doyen of classic detective writers. Murder Must Appetize is an affectionate return to the halcyon days of the detective story when Hercule Poirot and Lord Peter Wimsey were young and a touch of arsenic was still the ultimate deterrent. Apart from old friends like Dorothy L. Sayers and Agatha Christie, we meet the less well remembered pioneers of detective fiction, including E.C.R. Lorac (alias for Edith Caroline Rivett) and her bookworm hero Inspector Macdonald; E.R. Punshon and his water swilling Chief Constable: not to mention Beatrice Lestrange Bradley, Gladys Mitchell's 'cacklingly reptilian psychiatric adviser to the Home Office' and many others. H.R.F. Keating's unashamed nostalgia is blended with the critical eye of a master of the detective fiction craft. He is uniquely equipped to act as guide and philosopher on this enthralling tour of Britain's rich heritage of fictional murder. No self-respecting escapist reader should fail to climb aboard.
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It Might Not Be Murder But

It Might Not Be Murder  But

His penlight was still shinning its light all over the big press, the floor and the ceiling. There was enough light that he could finally see the press was empty. The thought then flashed through his mind that was going crazy.

Author: Harry Gillespie

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 9781598585032

Category: Fiction

Page: 236

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It Might Not Be Murder, but. This novel brings together a Chief of Detectives in New Scotland Yard and an academic from the halls of a prestigious University in the States. Their respect for one another and their successes in solving crimes in the Metro London area foster a close and respectful relationship. Chief Inspector Ian MacPherson hires Dr. David Campbell, a retired Professor, as a temporary Sergeant. Dr. Campbell has offered to work as a low paid Sergeant in order to learn to inner workings of Scotland Yard and to enhance his background and experience. Dr. Campbell plans to write about his work as a consultant in the LAPD and his experience in Scotland Yard as a part of his retirement. Dr. Campbell's introduction to the London Metro Force is unusual. He is "arrested" for attempting to enter England without a valid passport. His passport suddenly became filled with blank pages, between the time he last checked it, upon landing, and arriving at the customs inspectors. His training started early, explained Chief Inspector MacPherson, when he is taken to Scotland Yard. Dr. Campbell realized it had been a long time since he had last experienced a "Hazing." The novel follows Campbell through his indoctrination and then the Dixson case, where the demise of Mrs. Dixson is complicated by the fact that the cause of death is listed as "Unknown" by the Medical Examiner. There is no suspect. Death occurred in her own living quarters, there is no evidence of forced entry, no poisons were detected and there is evidence that her death was not by natural causes: To the Hawkins Manufacturing Company, where the VP of Manufacturing is found crushed to death in the bed of a large hydraulic press: To Brighton, England where MacPherson recognizes a man that participated in a terrorist bombing that killed his wife, while they were visiting Paris five years previously: To the case of Helen Blakely whose body is found in her car at the bottom of a deep ravine. There are no skid marks. Campbell proves that the prime suspect could not have been involved in her death. The newly formed "MacPherson Team" is put together and develops a psychological profile of the perpetrator and ties together bits and pieces of information to find the killer: To the end of the Dixson case when a friend of Mrs. Dixson comes to Scotland Yard to find out the cause of death and who was responsible. Mrs. Brooks tells MacPherson she brought a gift to Mrs. Dixson in order to thank her for her help in the past, and for her friendship. Thus, Mrs. Brooks was in Mrs. Dixson's living quarters on the day of her death. An innocent comment leads to closure of the Dixson case. The book presents a methodology in criminology that has a greater emphasis on the "Psychological" aspects of the total equation.
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