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Death at the Dolphin by Ngaio Marsh - Thriller Book Club, 1967


Title: Death at the Dolphin
Author: Ngaio Marsh
Publisher: Thriller Book Club
Publication Date: 1967
Format: Hardcover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age other than some signs of wear. There is some tearing to the dust jacket.

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Reader's note

“A palace of refined and original entertainment.” Thus the old Dolphin Theatre had once appeared to its erstwhile owner, Mr Adolphus Ruby. To Peregrine Jay, the young playwright now lusting to own it, it signified something not very different. Ngaio Marsh ranks among the greatest of the writers of detective novels. Hers is a household name, and her legions of admirers will be delighted with the humour, the setting, and the tantalising mystery of this exciting new novel.