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Close-Up On Murder Close-Up On Murder (Hardcover)
by (shelved 13 times as murder-she-wrote)
avg rating 3.89 — 282 ratings — published 2013
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Gideon Defoe
“Just then there came the wheezy sound of an accordion. It was an odd little tune that, had he been alive exactly one hundred and fifty years later, the scarf-wearing pirate would have recognized as the first few bars from ‘Theme to Murder, She Wrote’.”
Gideon Defoe, The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists

Lee Goldberg
“Monk worked on his remaining Intertect cases at his dining table while I tried to hone my detecting instincts by reading the Murder, She Wrote novel he bought in Mill Valley.
I can't say that I learned much about investigative procedure but I discovered that you should stay far away from Cabot Cove. That tiny New England village is deadlier than Beirut, South Central Los Angeles, and the darkest back alley in Juarez combined. Even though every killer eventually gets caught by Jessica Fletcher, I still wouldn't feel safe there. I'm surprised the old biddy walks around town unarmed.”
Lee Goldberg, Mr. Monk and the Dirty Cop

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