The tragedy at Tiverton: an historical novel of murder

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Viking Press, 1984 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Lon Quinncannon, a nineteenth-century attorney, is convinced that his client, a disreputable minister charged with murder, is innocent, and proceeds to solve what might have been a perfect crime

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First Lon Quinncannon mystery, one of the three in which real unsolved crimes are examined by our enignmatic Irish lawyer. New York City and Rhode Island, 1832. A Methodist minister is accused of ... Read full review

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Hilarious, entertaining, fun. Wish this guy has written more stuff. I have no idea where it came from. I found in our basement recently. Probably one of Jean and Warren's books. It's got lawyers and Irishmen and humor and murder and corrupt clergymen. What more can you ask for Read full review


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