Murder in the Gunroom

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Echo Library, 2008 - Fiction - 140 pages
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It was hard to judge Jeff Rand's age from his appearance; he was certainly over thirty and considerably under fifty. He looked hard and fit like a man who could be a serviceable friend or a particularly unpleasant enemy. Women instinctively suspected that he would make a most satisfying lover.' (Excerpt)

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User Review  - clews-reviews - LibraryThing

The mystery is all right, the details of historical guns worked in with not too much enthusiasm, and there's probably a great roman a clef in the science-fiction-and-antiques couple. What stuck in my ... Read full review

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A sci-fi author tries his hand at mystery: This novel is H. Beam Piper's only known mystery work, a fact that readers will regret after reading this compelling crime drama. (Piper is better know for ... Read full review

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