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Murder at Monticello, or, Old Sins (Mrs. Murphy Mysteries (Paperback)) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Sep 1995
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***1/2 "You don't have to be a cat lover to love "Murder at Monticello.""
"--The Indianapolis Star"
***12 "You don't have to be a cat lover to love Murder at Monticello."""--"Indianapolis Star"
***12 "You don't have to be a cat lover to love Murder at Monticello."--Indianapolis Star
From the Inside Flap
Mrs. Murphy digs into Virginia history--and gets her paws on a killer.
The most popular citizen of Virginia has been dead for nearly 170 years. That hasn't stopped the good people of tiny Crozet, Virginia, from taking pride in every aspect of Thomas Jefferson's life. But when an archaeological dig of the slave quarters at Jefferson's home, Monticello, uncovers a shocking secret, emotions in Crozet run high--dangerously high.
The stunning discovery at Monticello hints a hidden passions and age-old scandals. As postmistress Mary Minor "Harry" Haristeen and some of Crozet's Very Best People try to learn the identity of a centuries-old skeleton--and the reason behind the murder--Harry's tiger cat, Mrs. Murphy, and her canine and feline friends attempt to sniff out a modern-day killer. Mrs. Murphy and corgi Tee Tucker will stick their paws into the darker mysteries of human nature to solve murders old and new--before curiosity can kill the cat--and Harry Haristeen.
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"Murder at Monticello" not expecting to enjoy it much. Boy
was I wrong! I read the book in a day and a half. Ms. Brown
is an excellant author. She adds good southern humor to
the art of good mystery writing. The best part was the
conversations between the animals. I was cats and dogs so
I can relate to this. Can hardly wait to start another
Sneaky Pie Brown and Rita Mae Brown book.
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