The Cases of Susan Dare by Mignon G. Eberhart

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A mystery author finds her knowledge of murder put to practical useInside the lovely head of Susan Dare, grisly murder lurks. A mystery author who makes her living providing tidy solutions to imaginary crimes, Dare is enjoying a much-needed vacation when the mood at her host’s house turns sour. Ugly secrets lurk in the Frame family’s past, and jealousy stirs beneath the surface of their tranquil country estate. Dare makes plans to leave before her hosts turn on each other, but she is too late. On the morning of her departure, a gunshot echoes through the fog. Only a beautiful author with a head full of murder mysteries can pinpoint the killer. In this handful of elegant, classic stories, Mignon Eberhart’s amateur detective proves her worth time and time again. Decades before Murder, She Wrote, Eberhart realized that those who write mysteries can solve them too.

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Mignon G. Eberhart was born July 6, 1899 in Lincoln, Nebraska. She attended Nebraska Wesleyan University where she studied English and History. She has authored several romance mystery novels and short stories which include Patient in Room 18, While the Patient Slept, House on the Roof, With This Ring and Three Days for Emeralds. She was the recipient of the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America in 1971. Eberhart died in 1996.
Published May 29, 2012 by Road. 170 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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One of the best of the mystery writers solves a series of mysteries in real life.

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