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Death at Hallows End

Death at Hallows End

(1965)
(A book in the Carolus Deene series)
A novel by

 

"Mr. Leo Bruce is one of the few criminal practitioners who keep the tattered old flag of pure detection flying high."
Julian Symons


It was not so much a question of 'who-done-it' as of 'who-done-what.' Respectable solicitors do not disappear every day, but Duncan Humby had vanished into thin air while on his way to prepare a new will for James Grossiter -- a will in which the crotchety millionaire intended to dispossess all his relations and his manservant in favour of numerous charities. The death from a heart attack of Old Grossiter himself was too much of a coincidence for Carolus Deene, who was called upon to find the missing solicitor, and as he made his way to the remote village of Hallows End, where Humby's car has been seen and where Grossiter was staying, he had a strong feeling of sinister evil and danger... a feeling that was soon to be translated into horrible fact.

 
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Hardback Editions

March 2003 : USA Hardback
Title: Death at Hallows End: A Carolus Deene Mystery (Carolus Deene Mysteries)
Author(s): Leo Bruce
ISBN: 0-89733-516-3 / 978-0-89733-516-4 (USA edition)
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Availability: Amazon   Amazon UK   Amazon CA   

Paperback Editions

May 2008 : USA Paperback
Title: Death at Hallows End: A Carolus Deene Mystery (Carolus Deene Series)
Author(s): Leo Bruce
ISBN: 0-89733-574-0 / 978-0-89733-574-4 (USA edition)
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Availability: Amazon   Amazon UK   Amazon CA   

Kindle Editions

May 2008 : Canada, UK Kindle edition
Title: Death at Hallows End: A Carolus Deene Mystery (Carolus Deene Series)
Author(s): Leo Bruce
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Availability: Amazon UK   Amazon CA   



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