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Mary Fitt

Death at Dancing Stones

Nicholson and Watson 1939

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A DEAD body clothed IB a dinner suit with a wisp of green sea-weed clinging to the collar, found washed up on a deserted sea-snore, does not provide the most pleasant ol discoveries at the best of times. When the body is that oŁ Mr, Jarvis Mellowes, owner of Cantrell Castle; when the place of discovery was directly accessible from Cantrell Castle by a passage through the headland called the Slype; when it was found that in the dead man's skull there was a dent big enough to put one's knuckles into; then Superintendent Mallett realised that he had work on hand- With her last few books Miss Mary Fitt has been seen to be coming up fast on the rails. With "Death at Dancing Stones" there can be no denying that she has now taken her

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