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Death and Mary Dazill by Mary Fitt - Penguin, 1949


Title: Death and Mary Dazill
Author: Mary Fitt
Publisher: Penguin
Publication Date: 1949
Format: Softcover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear.

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Reader's note

After the death of his wife, Ralph de Boulter returns to England from Burma, a stranger to his son Leonard, a brilliant but erratic young man up at Oxford: and his two daughters, Lindy and Arry, who have spent most of their lives so far at boarding school. Ralph’s first thought on his return is to find a companion-tutor for his daughters: and his choice falls on the young, beautiful, and strong-minded Mary Dazill, who soon comes to dominate the household. John Despenser, Lindy’s fiance, with whom Arry also is in love, soon ‘falls for’ the new companion, and is followed in this by Ralph. Suddenly Leonard is found dead in his study, and soon after Ralph is also killed by a fall from his dogcart. But both deaths are surrounded by mystery: and in its gradual solution the book’s tragic plot finds its climax.