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Deadly Nightshade
Deadly Nightshade
Author: Elizabeth Daly
Elizabeth Daly's detective, Henry Gamadge, (1930s-1950s), is a NY consulting expert on old books, manuscripts, and autographs, and his criminal detecting generally evolves from some of these. In Deadly Nightshade, (book cover blurb): "H. G. was called to Maine...There had been a seires of fatal poisonings with deadly nightshade...." "Miss Daly's...  more »
ISBN: 27332
Pages: 173
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Publisher: Berkley Medallion Book
Book Type: Paperback
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Elizabeth Daly's detective, Henry Gamadge (1930s-1950s), is a NY consulting expert on old books, manuscripts and autographs, and his criminal detection generally evolves from one of these. In Deadly Nightshade, (cover blurb): "H. G. was called to Maine...There had been a series of fatal poisonings with deadly nightshade..." " Miss Daly's sleuth will be well remembered as one of the most civilized detectives in fiction, investigating some of the mosty subtly conceived of criminal cases." - Anthony Boucher, New York Times. (Copyright 1940; this reprint pub. 1963)
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