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Product NameMurder at Madingley Grange. Caroline Graham
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AuthorCaroline Graham
Page Count341
Long DescriptionWhen a failed entrepreneur is temporarily left in charge of his aunt's huge gothic home, he knows he must be able to make a profit from it somehow. Murder, he decides, is the only way to do it. For Madingley Grange is the perfect venue for a 1930s murder-mystery weekend.
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