Decorated To Death by Dean James
A Simon Kirby-Jones Mystery

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Not everyone can claim both Hercule Poirot and Nancy Drew as inspiration - but not everyone is a vampire sleuth from the States who pulled up stakes to live in a small English village. Even the eccentric denizens of Snupperton Mumsley might be surprised by Simon Kirby-Jones's rather unusual lifestyle. But murder is a more than adequate distraction when a visiting celebrity meets his maker - and Simon must suss out a killer.

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About Dean James

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Dean James is the Agatha Award-winning author of several works of mystery nonfiction as well as two mystery series.
Published April 1, 2004 by Kensington. 232 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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In James's third witty cozy (after 2003's Faked to Death ) to feature author, part-time sleuth and gay vampire Simon Kirby-Jones, the usually quiet English village of Snupperton Mumsley is astir over the arrival of Zeke Harwood, the obnoxious star of the popular TV decorating show Très Zeke .

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Ezekial Harwood, compere of the most popular decorating show on TV, has agreed to redo one of the rooms of Blitherington Manor for his show -- for his last show on British TV before leaving for more wealth and fame in the US.

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