Deathics by Richard Barth
A Margaret Binton Mystery

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buddy is knifed in front of his apartment, seventy-two-year-old sleuth Margaret Binton takes the case and soon discovers that his death was no mere act of random violence. By the author of Furnished for Murder.

About Richard Barth

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Richard Barth is the author of the highly praised Margaret Binton mystery series (the most recent book is "Deathics"), and two books outside the series --"The Final Shot" and "Furnished for Murder," He lives in New York City with his family and is an Associate Professor of Jewelry Design.
Published March 1, 1993 by St Martins Pr. 212 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Margaret Binton (Deadly Climate, 1988, etc.) is once again embroiled in a just cause, along with the cluster of friends who share the benches on the grassy triangle at Broadway and 82nd St. Here, Adrian Lavin, a young writer who was Margaret's designated buddy in a stop-smoking program, has been ...

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Feisty 72-year-old Manhattanite Margaret Binton and her troop of wily senior sleuths investigate the death of a young writer in this charming seventh series entry (after Blood Doesn't Tell ).

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