2 edition of Wilberforce, detective found in the catalog.
|Statement||Leslie Coleman ; illustrated by John Laing.|
|Contributions||Laing, John, 19-- -|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||87|
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Wilberforce loved entertaining and had 'unlimited command of money from the time of my going to the University'. He loved singing, and listening to instrumental music, and conversation.
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Within the communal crime and punishment, Cross zooms in on the trials of Morgan Wilberforce, a year-old dealing with hormones, underage females, abusive seniors, constant caning, and a few well-meaning teachers.
One of the latter is John Grieves, on whom Cross expends a good deal of ink only to fade him out in the book’s second half. In Wells’s affable third Jack Starkey mystery (after ’s The Dollar-a-Year Detective), the retired Chicago homicide detective, who resides on a houseboat and owns a bar in Fort Meyers Beac.
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