Beware of the Dog

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Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, Jan 1, 1993 - Fiction - 192 pages
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Virginia Freer, at the urging of her neighbor, Anna Cox, must determine if Nick Lovelace is responsible for the murder of Kate Lovelace, his rival for the fortunes of their recently deceased aunt.

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What will become of aged housekeeper/companion Anna Cox now that her charge, octogenarian Helen Lovelock, has died and left her house, her emeralds, and most of her money to her niece Kate, an actress ... Read full review


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E. X. Ferrars, aka Morna Brown and Elizabeth Ferrars, was born September 6, 1907. She wrote over sixty novels of mystery and suspense. "Choice of Evils" is the story of a writer who becomes the prime suspect in a set of murders in the seaside town of Gallmouth, England. Ferrars also wrote, "Seeing Is Believing," "A Hobby of Murder," "Thy Brother Death," "Answer Came There None," and "Beware of the Dog." She received a special award for excellence by the British Crime Writers' Association. E. X. Ferrars died in the spring of 1995.

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