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Deborah Crombie

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Mourn Not Your Dead - Deborah Crombie
1997 UK hardback 1st edition, 1st impression, Macmillan, London
A fine unread book in fine unclipped dustwrapper
No names or stamps etc
Tightly bound and square, clean contents and cloth
The jacket has no chips or tears
A great mystery featuring Superintendent Duncan Kincaid, Alistair Gilbert and Sergeant Gemma James, a classic murder mystery setting

A very nice unread copy and a very scarce book
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His office seemed to shrink as he paced. The walls drew in, their angles distorted by the elongated shadows cast from the swivel lamp on his desk. The Yard always felt a bit eerie at night, as if the very emptiness of the rooms had a presence. He stopped at the bookcases and ran his finger along the spines of the well-thumbed books on the top shelf. Archaeology, art... canals . . . crime reference . . . Many of them were gifts from his mother, sent in her continual quest to remedy what she considered his lack of a proper education. Although he'd tried to group them alphabetically by subject, there were a few inevitable strays. Kincaid shook his head - would that he could order his life even half as well as he did his books. He glanced at his watch for the tenth time in as many minutes, then crossed to his desk and sat down very deliberately. The call that had brought him in had been urgent - a high-ranking police officer found murdered - and if Gemma didn't arrive soon he'd have to go on to the crime scene without her. She'd not been in to work since she had left his flat on Friday evening. And although she had called in and requested leave from the chief superintendent, she had not answered

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