The Cape Cod Mystery.
by TAYLOR, Phoebe Atwood
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London, United Kingdom
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Dale Sanborn has made a lot of enemies in his career as a muckraking author, philanderer and occasional blackmailer. When he vacations at a cabin in Cape Cod, any of his many visitors... an old girlfriend, his fiancee, an outraged husband, a long-lost brother, etc. ... could have killed him, and all of them wanted to. Asey Mayo, the 'Codfish Sherlock' investigates. The published novel of Phoebe Atwood Taylor, and the first of the Asey Mayo series. A Haycraft-Queen Cornerstone.
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