The Plain Old Man (Kelling & Bittersohn, #6)
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The Plain Old Man

(Kelling & Bittersohn #6)

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Sarah investigates the death of con artist Charlie Daventer on his bathroom floor, when his title role acting replacement, old cousin Fred, insists murder was the cause. Her Aunt Emma's theater troupe is doing The Sorcerer, with Emma as Lady Sangazure. Husband Max away in Finland, Sarah sorts clues herself.
Published (first published August 1st 1985)
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The Plain Old Man
0002319969 (ISBN13: 9780002319966)
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  • The Plain Old Man (Sarah Kelling & Max Bittersohn Mysteries Series Book 6)
  • The Plain Old Man (Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn Mystery #6)
  • The Plain Old Man (Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn Mystery #6)
  • The Plain Old Man (Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn Mystery #6)
  • The Plain Old Man (Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn Mysteries)
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October 8, 2020 – Finished Reading
Review At first I was overwhelmed by the many characters who were at Sarah's Aunt Emma's house to take part in the play. But then I realized it was me not Charlotte MacLeod, I was distracted. I started over and all was well. WHAT A MYSTERY! A huge oil painting of a Kelling ancestress goes missing. For various reasons Aunt Emma doesn't want the police called in. But when one of the cast is found dead in his bathroom, events take a nasty turn. But Sarah and her fellow Kellings are up to the task! Seeing ...more
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Charlotte MacLeod, born in New Brunswick, Canada, and a naturalized U.S. citizen, was the multi-award-winning author of over thirty acclaimed novels. Her series featuring detective Professor Peter Shandy, America's homegrown Hercule Poirot, delivers "generous dollops of...warmth, wit, and whimsy" (San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle). But full

Other books in the series

Kelling & Bittersohn (1 - 10 of 12 books)
  • The Family Vault (Kelling & Bittersohn, #1)
  • The Withdrawing Room (Kelling & Bittersohn, #2)
  • The Palace Guard (Kelling & Bittersohn, #3)
  • The Bilbao Looking Glass (Kelling & Bittersohn, #4)
  • The Convivial Codfish (Kelling & Bittersohn, #5)
  • The Recycled Citizen (Kelling & Bittersohn, #7)
  • The Silver Ghost (Kelling & Bittersohn, #8)
  • The Gladstone Bag (Kelling & Bittersohn, #9)
  • The Resurrection Man (Kelling & Bittersohn, #10)
  • The Odd Job (Kelling & Bittersohn, #11)

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