Dying to Be Murdered by Judy Fitzwater
(Jennifer Marsh Mysteries)

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Expecting her imminent demise, society matron Mary Bedford Ashton is paying novelist Jennifer Marsh $1000 a week to live in her historic mansion and record everything that happens there. The old lady, perhaps demented, believes that Jennifer's detailed record will prove her death to be murder, however cleverly disguised.

Jennifer finds plenty to write about: a sinister housekeeper, threatening notes, screams in the night, a bloodstained bed--and Jennifer's own bedroom door, which unfortunately for her, locks only from the outside. It's a case to die for. And if Jennifer doesn't get a grip on it fast, she may do just that. . . .

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Published June 1, 2001 by Chivers. 280 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Westerns, Crime. Fiction

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