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Unholy Dying
Unholy Dying
Author: R. T. Campbell
Lovable Professor John Stubbs is a blustering old botanist from Scotland whose vice, besides being a bit gruff with incompetent inspectors, is a tendency to drink a trifle too many pints of English bitter. — In this adventure, cyanide kills an infamous fraud at a formal congress of geneticists. Any one of a dozen vindictive former assistants or h...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780486249773
ISBN-10: 0486249778
Publication Date: 12/1985
Pages: 119
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Dover Pubns
Book Type: Paperback
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Very intricate plotting & a Gideon Fell-type protagonist. Set in academe in UK & quite intriguing.
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A quick read (at 119 pages), set in an English University, it's not really a great puzzle, but it's an okay way to pass some time. The Professor is a little too familiar to readers of John Dickson Carr (the books of whom the professor actually mentions reading.) (Originally published in 1945.)