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Author Allingham, Margery, 1904-1966.

Title Crime and Mr. Campion / Margery Allingham.

Publication Info. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday & Co., 1937.


Location Call No. Status
 Canton Public Library - Adult Department  MF ALLINGHAM 1946, 1947    Check Shelf
 Manchester, Main Library - Basement Materials  D ALLINGHAM, MARGERY CARTER    Check Shelf
 Mansfield, Main Library - Adult Fiction  F ALLINGHAM    Check Shelf
Edition Book Club edition.
Description 575 pages ; 21 cm
Summary Death of a ghost: Albert Campion is in attendance while the family of famous artist John Lafcadio prepares for a posthumous exhibit. Lafcadio, irritated at the thought that another artist, Charles Tanqueray, might outlive him, provided a series of paintings to be shown one at a time, after his death.
Flowers for the judge: One morning, Tom Barnabas of the publishers Barnabas & Company left his house as usual, then simply vanished. Twenty years later, his cousin Paul, now head of the company, meets an untimely death. To solve Paul's murder, Campion has to go back two decades and sort through a legacy of treachery to solve a case sure to be one of his most difficult.
Dancers in mourning: Strange pranks are being played on dancer Jimmy Sutane, star of London's Argosy Theatre. When they spread to the Sutanes' country estate, it becomes apparent that someone wants Jimmy's famous feet to tap their final dance. Campion never dreamed the big show-stopper would be murder--and a case that promises to test his mind and break his heart.
Contents Death of a ghost -- Flowers for the judge -- Dancers in mourning.
Subject Campion, Albert (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Private investigators -- England -- London -- Fiction.
Added Title Death of a ghost.
Flowers for the judge.
Dancers in mourning.
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