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Behold a fair woman [large print] / Francis Duncan.

By: Duncan, Francis, 1918-1988 [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Duncan, Francis, Mordecai Tremaine mystery: 7.Publisher: Farmington Hills, Michigan : Thorndike Press, a part of Gale, a Cengage Company, 2019Edition: Large print edition.Description: 379 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781432857073; 143285707X.Subject(s): Tremaine, Mordecai (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Vacations -- Fiction | Islands -- Fiction | Murder -- Investigation -- FictionGenre/Form: Detective and mystery fiction. | Large type books.Summary: "Mordecai Tremaine's hobby of choice - crime detection - has left him in need of a holiday. A break away from that gruesome business of murder will be just the ticket, and the picturesque island of Moulin d'Or seems to be just the destination. Amid the sunshine and the sea air, Mordecai falls in with a band of fellow holidaymakers and tries to forget that such a thing as foul play exists. He should have been wiser, of course, because before too long villainy rears its head and a dead body is discovered. With a killer stalking the sand dunes, it falls to Mordecai to piece together the truth about just who has smuggled murder on to the island idyll."--Back cover.
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"Mordecai Tremaine's hobby of choice - crime detection - has left him in need of a holiday. A break away from that gruesome business of murder will be just the ticket, and the picturesque island of Moulin d'Or seems to be just the destination. Amid the sunshine and the sea air, Mordecai falls in with a band of fellow holidaymakers and tries to forget that such a thing as foul play exists. He should have been wiser, of course, because before too long villainy rears its head and a dead body is discovered. With a killer stalking the sand dunes, it falls to Mordecai to piece together the truth about just who has smuggled murder on to the island idyll."--Back cover.