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Dead March in Three Keys

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Originally published under the nom de plume Peter Curtis and under the titles Dead March in Three Keys (London: Davis, 1940) and No Question of Murder (New York: Doubleday, 1959).

It began when he met Antonia.

Richard Curwen fell in love - wildly, passionately - and the lovely Antonia returned his love.

But Richard and Antonia were penniless. And too spoiled and selfish to li
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Mary
Jan 05, 2012 Mary rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anyone who likes contemporary mysteries
Recommended to Mary by: Paperback Swap
Richard Curwen met and fell madly in love with Antonia, and she with him. However, they both were penniless and too selfish to live like ordinary mortals. So, Richard married Antonia's frail, wealthy cousin Eloise who looked so much like Antonia that people couldn't tell them apart. Which was what Richard counted on. I liked this book by one of my favorite authors, however it's not my absolute favorite book by Norah Lofts. I give it an A!
Bonnie Seiwell
Dec 10, 2014 Bonnie Seiwell rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: gothic
This was not a bad book, but it said on it that it was a Gothic and I would not have called this a Gothic by any stretch of the word. There is no atmosphere or mystery. It is just the story of a man who's lover convincing him to marry her cousin for money, and then events leading up to him deciding to scare her to death and have the cousin take her place because they are nearly identical. Had this been written so that we are never informed that he only married her for her money, was having an af ...more
Linda
Aug 31, 2010 Linda rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Gothic.
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