Murder in the Museum by Simon Brett

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When a human skeleton turns up buried on the grounds of Bracketts House, the historic home of celebrated children's author and fantasist Esmond Chadleigh, Home Office retiree Carole Seddon and her bohemian neighbor, Jude, step in to investigate whether or not the famed late writer was responsible. By the author of The Torso in the Town.

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Simon Brett worked as a producer in radio and television before taking up writing full-time. As well as the Charles Paris series, he is the author of the much-loved Fethering mysteries and the Mrs Pargeter novels. He lives in an Agatha Christie-style village in the South Downs.
Published January 1, 2003 by Berkley Prime Crime.
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Before it’s revealed, a fresh death will follow, and poor Carole and that pushy biographer will be trapped in a priest’s hole that houses a vital cache of letters to Esmond’s father.

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Brackett's House, the ancestral home of the noted man of letters, desperately needs money to fund their museum and Carole's former career in the Home Office may have given the trustees hope that Carole would be helpful in raising funds to bring the author's work back into print.

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