Even the Butler Was Poor

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G.K. Hall, 1991 - Fiction - 227 pages
2 Reviews
While investigating the killing of his ex-wife's former boyfriend, Rick Dell, Ben Spanner follows a bizarre riddle that leads to a ventriloquist's dummy and its dead owner, dark secrets, blackmail, and murder

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User Review  - leahhenderson - LibraryThing

A great quick summer read. What goes ninety-nine clop clop? You'll have to read the book for the answer. When the ex-husband gets mixed up in a mystery involving the ex-wife crazy things continue to happen. Read full review

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User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

When an ex-boyfriend gives HJ a clue to a fortune shortly before he dies, the illustrator immediately involves her hapless ex-husband Ben, who specializes in doing voice-overs, in her quest for the ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
18
Section 3
25
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About the author (1991)

Ron Goulart was born on January 13, 1933 in Berkeley , CA. Goulart has been a professional writer for over forty years and has published over 180 books. He is best-known for his mystery and science fiction books and is also considered the leading authority on comic books and strips. Goulart has been nominated twice for the Edgar Award and was the only writer to win a Mystery Writers of America Award for a science fiction novel (After Things Fall Apart, 1970). He also writes under the pseudonyms: Kenneth Robeson, Frank S. Shawn, Joseph Silva, and Con Steffanson.

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