Slight Mourning

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Random House, Nov 1, 1982 - Fiction - 192 pages
5 Reviews
The C.I.D.'s Inspector Sloan hies to the village of Constance Parva, where everyone is saddened by friendly Bill Fent's automobile death and shocked by the post-mortem discovery that someone slipped a barbiturate overdose into his last dinner pudding

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Review: Slight Mourning (Inspector Sloan #6)

User Review  - Ralph - Goodreads

A competent mystery from a solid writer. Nothing extravagant about Detective Inspector Sloan, but a thoroughly good county copper making his way through the usual tangle of secrets and lies. Read full review

Review: Slight Mourning (Inspector Sloan #6)

User Review  - Marie - Goodreads

My dear Inspector Sloan. Sarcasm and murder make a lovely pair. Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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