A Masterly Murder

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Little, Brown, Jun 7, 2001 - Fiction - 550 pages
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Michaelhouse is in uproar: Kenyngham the saintly but ageing Master has announced his retirement and with unseemly haste Runham arranges his own 'election' as his successor. Within days he has dismissed several members of staff, including the redoubtable laundress Agatha, and is making life so unpleasant for the scholars that even Matthew Bartholomew believes his future as physician and teacher at the college is untenable. But Matthew has many patients to divert his attention and Brother Michael, Proctor of the fledgling university, has some suspicious deaths to investigate, although they cannot help but notice that the new Master has commissioned a flurry of building work. Then Runham himself is murdered and, although mourned by none, Matthew and Michael know they have to solve the mystery before any more damage is done to their beloved Michaelhouse.
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
9
Section 3
46
Section 4
56
Section 5
68
Section 6
84
Section 7
90
Section 8
107
Section 19
233
Section 20
258
Section 21
299
Section 22
314
Section 23
326
Section 24
343
Section 25
356
Section 26
388

Section 9
112
Section 10
124
Section 11
128
Section 12
150
Section 13
172
Section 14
174
Section 15
191
Section 16
214
Section 17
215
Section 18
222
Section 27
435
Section 28
436
Section 29
446
Section 30
452
Section 31
479
Section 32
492
Section 33
532
Section 34
536
Section 35
538
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About the author (2001)

Susanna Gregory is the pseudonym of a Cambridge academic who was previously a coroner's officer. Her Matthew Bartholomew series have gained a formidable following.

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