Murder by Definition (Main)


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$29.99  $27.89
Severn House
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5.5 X 8.6 X 1.1 inches | 0.93 pounds

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About the Author

Con Lehane lives in Washington, D.C. He is the author of the 42nd Street Library mysteries, featuring Raymond Ambler, curator of the library's (fictional) crime fiction collection. He's also the author of three mysteries featuring New York City bartender Brian McNulty, and has published short stories in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine.


A fun read for mystery buffs and librarians alike-- "Library Journal on Murder at the 42nd Street Library"
Plot twists and multiple points of view add to a gritty, complex tale that weaves details of library work and references to crime novels throughout the story-- "Booklist on Murder in the Manuscript Room"
Enjoyable first in a new series-- "Publishers Weekly on Murder at the 42nd Street Library"
Con Lehane's Murder at the 42nd Street Library offers up a masterful tale of intrigue, jealousy, and revenge in the grand tradition of Ross Macdonald. Not to be missed-- " Megan Abbott author of The Turnout "
Atmospheric setting . . . Those who love New York City and libraries will be rewarded-- "Publishers Weekly on Murder off the Page"
Intense, thought-provoking-- "Library Journal on Murder in the Manuscript Room"
The complicated Ray . . . looks like a promising newcomer in the talented-amateur ranks-- "Kirkus Reviews on Murder at the 42nd Street Library"
Fans and new readers will enjoy solving Ambler's latest puzzle-- "Booklist on Murder off the Page"
An apt choice for bibliophiles and those who like a New York City setting-- "Booklist on Murder off the Page"
Intriguing . . . Those with a taste for noir lite will want to check this out-- "Publishers Weekly"
A conscientious valentine whose librarians come off a lot better than its cops-- "Kirkus Reviews"