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Oscar Wilde and the Vampire Murders

July 19, 2011 by
Filed under: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 

Oscar Wilde Oscar Wilde and the Vampire Murders – In the latest in the series of Oscar Wilde murder mysteries,  Wilde and his good friend Sir Arthur Conan Doyle face something very odd indeed.  A duchess is found murdered—with two tiny puncture marks on her throat. Hmm . . . I wonder what that could mean?

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  1. Gillian Hamilton on Sun, 13th Aug 2017 11:49 am
  2. Super read – wonderful rich atmosphere – wish the pages wouldn’t turn themselves so quickly – thoroughly enjoyed it…

    But I did wonder if the Langham Hotel had some financial input into the book, as it was mentioned so often – so often that I really, really want to have afternoon tea at the Palm Court! Great subliminal advertising.

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