Never-Ending Book Quiz
Robert B. Parker, Hugger Mugger (a Spenser novel), 2000.
Parker's title comes from the name of a race horse featured in the novel. But the phrase itself comes from Shakespeare's Hamlet.
In that play, what was done "in Hugger Mugger".
The phrase exactly equates, here at least, to the modern American "Quick and Dirty".
Choose the correct answer:burying Ophelia burying Polonius poisoning the fencing foils poisoning the cup of wine
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