Dewey Death
  • Published:
    1959
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    Print
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    272
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The Inter-Libraries Despatch Association is a librarians' library... it should be a model of propriety and impersonal efficiency. But impersonal it is not. Everyone knows that handsome, demonic Mark Allan is in thrall to the resident blond bombshell MRS. Bridgwater. And it's no secret that pretty Barbara Smith writes luscious historical novels about helpless ladies and dashing men---even though she refuses to reveal her pen name. It's also clear that someday young Jack Wilson will let his curiosity get the better of him. But it's Mrs. Warren---vicious gossip, interfering busybody, self-righteous prude---who elevates office talk to something of an art form. How ironic that she will not be able to participate in discussing the most astonishing event the I.L.D.A. has ever seen. But then, a victim cannot talk about her own murder. Somewhere among the books and microfilm, a killer is lurking at the I.L.D.A. And soon the staff will have another murder to chat about....
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