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Margery Allingham: More Work for the Undertaker (USA 2010)

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The Undertaker in question suffers from the unfortunate name of Bowels, but that's rather the least of his worries. More problematic is his location in Apron Lane, a little bit of Dickensian London that still appears to be flourishing in this brave new post-War world. Urchins abound, and a quasi-feudal order is maintained by the eccentric Palinode family, once the squires of Apron Street and still expecting a certain forelock-tugging deference, even as their fortunes have evaporated.

The Apron might be nothing more than an amusing anachronism if its Dickensian aspect did not include a distinctly Bill Sykes-style of omnipresent threat. With the police prototypically baffled, Campion takes up local lodgings in an effort to identify the source of the violence and, incidentally, lend a hand with the Palinodes' beloved crossword puzzles.

Margery Allingham: More Work for the Undertaker. The 13th Albert Campion Mystery. Felony & Mayhem, ISBN: 9781934609484 (January, 2010), 270 p., $14.95.

 

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Margery Allingham: More Work for the Undertaker (UK 2007)

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In a masterpiece of storytelling Margery Allingham sends her elegant and engaging detective Albert Campion into the eccentric Palinode household, where there have been two suspicious deaths. And if poisoning were not enough, there are also anonymous letters, sudden violence and a vanishing coffin. Meanwhile the Palinodes go about their nocturnal business and Campion dices with danger in his efforts to find the truth.

Margery Allingham: More Work for the Undertaker. Vintage, ISBN: 0099506076 (April, 2007), 233 p., £6.99.

 

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Margery Allingham: More Work for the Undertaker (USA 1989)

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Their parents are dead. Their fortune is lost. And the five Palinode siblings are shunned by their neighbors as hopeless eccentrics. Suddenly, two of them are found dead---under the most suspicious circumstances. The surviving Palinodes just want to be left alone. But a ruthless mastermind, armed with lethal potions and a poisoned pen, has made an advance order for three more Palinode coffins. The Yard believes that the strange family is killing itself off, but Albert Campion isn't so sure...

Margery Allingham: More Work for the Undertaker. An Albert Campion Mystery. Avon Books, ISBN: 0380705737 (October, 1989), 208 p., $3.95.

 

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Margery Allingham: More Work for the Undertaker (UK 1986)

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Will Albert Campion give up detection and turn respectable? Perhaps, but after a series of coincidences, culminating in a letter from Lugg's brother-in-law, Campion can no longer resist involvement in the eccentric Palinode household, where there have been two suspicious deaths...

Margery Allingham: More Work for the Undertaker. Penguin Crime Classic, ISBN: 014008777X (October, 1986), 233 p., £3.99 (?).

 

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Margery Allingham: More Work for the Undertaker (USA 1974)

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The Palinodes were dying to help each other...
...out of this world. Two of them had already been disposed of when Mr. Campion arrived on the scene, but there were still three of the eccentric family left to confound him.

Mr. Campion knew any one of them was cler enough to get away with murder, but there where others on Apron street who had reason to hate them.
Was one of the Palinodes a killer - or were all the Palinodes potential victims?

Margery Allingham: More Work for the Undertaker. Manor Books, ISBN: 053212233X (July, 1974), 208 p., $1.25.

 

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