A Crime of One's Own

A Crime of One s Own Too much imagination gets Donald Maitland bookstore owner into trouble when he begins to suspect his customers are involved in a spy ring He follows one home later finding she has been murdered an

  • Title: A Crime of One's Own
  • Author: Edward Grierson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 162
  • Format: None
  • Too much imagination gets Donald Maitland, bookstore owner, into trouble when he begins to suspect his customers are involved in a spy ring He follows one home, later finding she has been murdered, and he is the chief suspect I know a bookstore owner or two who are just like him crazy as bedbugs It s overexposure to the glue in the bindings that causes it The MysterToo much imagination gets Donald Maitland, bookstore owner, into trouble when he begins to suspect his customers are involved in a spy ring He follows one home, later finding she has been murdered, and he is the chief suspect I know a bookstore owner or two who are just like him crazy as bedbugs It s overexposure to the glue in the bindings that causes it The Mystery Lover s Companion, Art Bourgeau

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    1. From the back of the book: Donald Maitland, romantic young proprietor of a charmingly old-fashioned library and bookshop, began noticing mysterious occurrences in the store.Books were being savagely defaced, and novels that had been forever unread were being checked out with an odd new frequency, and returned with cryptic messages tucked inside. His agile mind lunging immediately toward the conclusion that an international spy ring was at work, the lure of the chase took hold of Donald. But shor [...]

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