Aiding and Abetting

Aiding and Abetting

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Baker & Taylor
Based on a real London murder case, this novel follows Lord Lucan, a dissolute member of the British aristocracy, into the abyss as he is accused of killing his children's nanny while trying to murder his wife.

Blackwell North Amer
It is twenty-five years after Lord Lucan's mysterious disappearance in the wake of the savage murder of his children's nanny and the vicious attack on his wife. The celebrated psychiatrist Dr. Hildegard Wolf is approached in her Paris consulting rooms by not one but two men, both claiming to be Lord Lucan. Dr. Wolf is intrigued. Which, if either, of the men is the real 'Lucky' Lucan? Will Lucan's daily appetite for smoked salmon and lamb chops provide the clue?
Aiding and Abetting is a novel which races between Paris, London, the wilds of Scotland and central Africa, taking in blackmail, stigmata, Interpol investigations and Scottish monasteries along the way.

Baker
& Taylor

Based on a real London murder case, this witty, subversive novel follows Lord Lucan, a dissolute member of the British aristocracy, into the abyss as he is accused of killing his children's nanny while trying to murder his wife. By the author of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.

Publisher: New York : Doubleday, c2000
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780385501538
0385501536
Branch Call Number: FICTION SPARK
Characteristics: p. cm

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rughetta13 Jul 03, 2012

Spare, elegant, witty and chilling as only Muriel Spark can be.

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