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The Five Bells and Bladebone

Martha Grimes: The Five Bells and Bladebone (USA 2013)

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When a dismembered corpse is found in the compartments of an antique writing bureau, Marshall Trueblood, recipient of the precious piece of furniture, is the first to protest: "I bought the desk, not the body, send it back." Who would want to kill Simon Lean, the greedy nephew of the wealthy Lady Summerston?

Leave it to Superintendent Richard Jury of Scotland Yard to suggest a connection to the murder of brassy Limehouse lady named Sadie Driver, found dead near Wapping Old Stairs... if that stone-cold body on the slipway is really Sadie. Not even her brother, Tommy, on a visit from Gravesend, can swear to it.

Martha Grimes: The Five Bells and Bladebone. Scribner eBook, ISBN: 9781476732930 (May, 2013), 2718 KB (ca. 356 p.), $11.99.

 

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The Five Bells and Bladebone

Martha Grimes: The Five Bells and Bladebone (USA 2002)

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Scotland Yard Superintendent Richard Jury is just one pint into his vacation in Long Piddleton when the murder of a notorious philanderer rocks the small village and its eccentric inhabitants...

Martha Grimes: The Five Bells and Bladebone. Onyx Books, ISBN: 0451410386 (June, 2002), 334 p., $7.99.

 

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The Five Bells and Bladebone

Martha Grimes: The Five Bells and Bladebone (USA 1993)

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Antiques dealer Marshall Trueblood had finally haggled the owner of Watermeadows - a lush country estate near the little village of Long Piddleton - into parting with a beautiful rosewood desk. He hadn't bargained on the corpse stuffed inside.

The body belonged to the notorious philanderer Simon Lean. Richard Jury of Scotland Yard and his aristocratic sidekick, Melrose Plant, had no end of suspects. But Jury's best clue led to a London pub, the Five Bells and Bladebone. There he would learn about Lean's liaison with a shady lady named Sadie, who might help solve the case, if she wasn't murdered first.

Martha Grimes: The Five Bells and Bladebone. Onyx Books, ISBN: 0440201330 (March, 1993), 334 p., $6.99.

 

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The Five Bells and Bladebone

Martha Grimes: The Five Bells and Bladebone (UK 1989)

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When Melrose Plant finds the body of faithless, greedy Simon Lean, there's no shortage of suspects. Richard Jury's enquiries stir up a hornet's nest in the stately home where Simon met his end. With another murder in London's Docklands, the killer always seems to be one step ahead of Jury.

Martha Grimes: The Five Bells and Bladebone. Headline, ISBN: 0747231699 (January, 1989), 299 p., £4.99 (?).

 

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The Five Bells and Bladebone

Martha Grimes: The Five Bells and Bladebone (USA 1988)

From the Publisher:
Antiques dealer Marshall Trueblood had finally haggled the owner of Watermeadows - a lush country estate near the little village of Long Piddleton - into parting with a beautiful rosewood desk. He hadn't bargained on the corpse stuffed inside.

The body belonged to the notorious philanderer Simon Lean. Richard Jury of Scotland Yard and his aristocratic sidekick, Melrose Plant, had no end of suspects. But Jury's best clue led to a London pub, the Five Bells and Bladebone. There he would learn about Lean's liaison with a shady lady named Sadie, who might help solve the case, if she wasn't murdered first.

Martha Grimes: The Five Bells and Bladebone. Dell, ISBN: 0440201330 (August, 1988), 334 p., $4.50.

 

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