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Title:
Encore murder
Author:
Babson, Marian.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
New York : St. Martin's Press, 1989.
General Note:
"A Thomas Dunne book."
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780312049645
Format :
Book

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Author Notes

Marian Babson Author Marian Babson was born in Salem, Massachusetts but spent the better part of her life living in London, England. Marian Babson a pseudonym for Ruth Stenstreem. Babson has held many jobs that included a librarian, manager of a campaign headquarters, a receptionist/secretary to commercial artists, and a co-editor of a machine-knitting magazine. She also served as secretary to the Crime Writers' Association.

Some of Babson's many titles include "The Multiple Cat" (1999), , "Miss Petunia's Last Case" (1997), "Fatal Fortune" (1987), "Death Beside the Seaside" (1982), "Murder, Murder, Little Star" (1977) and "There Must Be Some Mistake" (1975), Retreat from Murder, (2004), Only the Cat Knows, (2005) and No Cooperation from the Cat, (2012).

(Bowker Author Biography)


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Publisher's Weekly Review

Encore Murder marks the encore appearance of the comedic duo Trixie Dolan and Evangeline Sinclair, who first flung rapid repartee at each other and everyone in their vicinity in Reel Murder . Now, real arrows rather than witty remarks fly about with an effect at once literally deadening--for one flamboyant actress--and literarily light and lively. When aging actress Griselda von Kirstenburg, a longtime rival of Evangeline's, decides to liven up her career by writing her memoirs, their appearance is too close to the publication date of Evangeline's own memoirs for the latter's comfort. Meanwhile, Trixie's daughter Martha--an archery ace who is highly strung with prenuptial jitters--just happens to be within clear shot of the murder victim and holding the quiver when the victim is inpaled by an arrow. Was she really instructing a young actor in preparation for a role requiring such skills? Trixie has no doubts as she aims arch remarks at all and sundry during her quest for the truth. (Oct.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved


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