The Importance of Being Ernestine by Dorothy Cannell
An Ellie Haskell Mystery

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About Dorothy Cannell

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Dorothy Cannell, a mother of four, grandmother of ten, and owner of a King Charles Spaniel, was born in England and moved to the United States when she was twenty. After living in Peoria, Illinois, for years, she and her husband recently moved to Belfast, Maine. Her first Ellie Haskell novel, "The Thin Woman," was selected as one of the 100 Favorite Mysteries of the Twentieth Century by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association. The twelfth mystery featuring Ellie, whom "Booklist "describes as "part Miss Marple, part modern British mum," is "Goodbye, Ms. Chips"--now available, in hardcover, from St. Martin's Minotaur.
Published April 29, 2003 by Penguin Books. 259 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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After they proceed to punish her employer’s obligatory stash of bourbon, a late-arriving client mistakes the tipsy matrons for detectives, and they soon find themselves engaged by Lady Krumley of Moultty Towers, Biddlington-by-Water, to find Ernestine, the daughter of her late housemaid Flossie J...

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