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Death Of A Fat God H.R.F Keating - Penguin,1963

Title: Death Of A Fat God
Author: G. Household
Publisher: penguin
Publication Date: 1963
Format: soft cover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wea

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Reader's note

This charming little pocket-sized book is a well-loved classic by H.R.F Keating. By the time you’ll have got to know as exotic a collection of characters as ever trod an opera stage, gave forth with an aria or trampled hard on each other’s egos. And you’ll have had the opportunity of matching your wits against those of Superintendent Pryde, C.I.D as he struggles to solve a murder that almost any of the cast might have committed. This vintage book would make a delightful addition to any library.