The Apostrophe Thief by Barbara Paul
A Mystery With Marian Larch

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New York police officer Marian Larch must find the murderer of a thief who had been stealing personal items from backstage at a Broadway theater. By the author of You Have the Right to Remain Silent.
 

About Barbara Paul

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Author Barbara Paul was born in Maysville, Kentucky in 1931. She attended Bowling Green State University and the University of Pittsburgh. She has written over twenty mystery and science fiction novels including the Marian Larch series. She currently lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
 
Published July 1, 1993 by Charles Scribner's Sons. 247 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Veteran Paul's beleaguered detective Sergeant Marion Larch, of New York's Ninth Precinct (You Have the Right to Remain Silent, etc.) is fed up with her lazy, loutish partner Foley and with her devious, self-serving Captain di Falco.

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The veteran author of You Have the Right to Remain Silent and other mysteries features Detective Sergeant Marian Larch of the NYPD Ninth Precinct in an unconvincing police procedural.

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