Death of A Merry Widow

Death of A Merry Widow

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Baker & Taylor
Searching for the truth behind the unlikely murder of a well-liked Cambridge widow, Detective Chief Inspector Sidney Walsh and his assistants discover the dead woman's secret identity as a writer of explicit romance novels

Blackwell North Amer
Cambridge University don Maureen Helmont was found murdered. But Maureen seemed an unlikely sort to meet a violent end: Affectionately known as the "Merry Widow" by her academic colleagues, the attractive and charming woman was universally well liked. Why then was she smothered to death in her sleep?
It soon becomes apparent that Maureen kept many secrets. The university lecturer and authority on the Brontes was also the pseudonymous author of a series of explicit romantic novels, as well as of her own yet-to-be published amorous memoirs. As the police discover, between these dual lives the "Merry Widow" made at least one lethal enemy.

Baker
& Taylor

Searching for the truth behind the unlikely murder of a well-liked Cambridge widow, Detective Chief Inspector Sidney Walsh and his assistants discover the dead woman's secret identity as a writer of explicit romance novels.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1995
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 0312117736 (hc)
Branch Call Number: M HUNT
Characteristics: 191 p. ; 22 cm

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