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  • Author:
    Marian Babson
  • ISBN:
    0754041735
  • ISBN13:
    978-0754041733
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  • Publisher:
    Camden (2001)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
  • FB2 format
    1445 kb
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    1534 kb
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    1455 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
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Death warmed up. by. Babson, Marian.

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Babson's books are usually under two hundred pages and often involve cats. Death Warmed Up, 1982. A Fool for Murder, 1983. The Cruise of a Death Time, 1983.

Marian Babson is the pseudonym of American mystery writer Ruth Marian Stenstreem, born in Salem, Massachusetts, in 1929. She has lived most her life in London, England. Babson's books are usually under two hundred pages and often involve cats. Her publisher's tagline for her is "Murder Most British". She was awarded the Crime Writers' Association "Dagger in the Library" award in 1996 for her body of work. She is also an Agatha Award winner.

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Marian Babson is a pseudonym for Ruth Stenstreem Death Warmed Up. (Caterer Jean Ainley is faced with a deadly dilemma when . .

Marian Babson is a pseudonym for Ruth Stenstreem.

The Twelve Deaths Of Christmas. Only the Cat. Marian Babson. Reel Murder: A Mystery. The Multiple Cat. The Diamond Cat. No Cooperation from the Cat: A Mystery.

Douglas Perkins of Perkins and Tate (Public Relations) had an uncomplicated attitude to cats: take them or leave them.

Unable to solve her problems on her own, driven by unhappiness and her fading beauty, Merelda had to find someone to free her from her wretched marriage-someone just like Denny. The handsome, slow-witted son of a beleaguered widow, Denny had left the house for one of his jaunts about the town-only to find himself in the company of a beautiful woman who needed saving. Douglas Perkins of Perkins and Tate (Public Relations) had an uncomplicated attitude to cats: take them or leave them.

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Author Marian Babson. Books by Marian Babson: Pretty Lady. 10. Cover-Up Story. 10 5. In the Teeth of Adversity.

Marian Babson a pseudonym for Ruth Stenstreem Her books are short- usually under two hundred pages- and revolve around mysterious deaths for the most.

Marian Babson a pseudonym for Ruth Stenstreem. She is a mystery author with a large body of work that rotates in and out of print. She was born in Salem, Massachusetts, USA, but has lived most her life in London, England. Her books are short- usually under two hundred pages- and revolve around mysterious deaths for the most part, though some of her books are more in the line of gentle thrillers than actual mysteries


Tekasa
I am a big fan of Marian Babson. This is one of her early books. She has progressed over the years. The catering aspect is interesting ( inspiration for Mott Davidson maybe) and the domestic trouble over shadowed the murder plot.
Adrierdin
Jean Ainley, a caterer, while doing her job comes across one murdered man. While trying to make ends meet, listen to sister in law and brother bicker, and teach several young girls how to cater, she begins to find clues to the identity of the killer.
It isn't until the end when another attempted murder and a possible lawsuit brings it all into the open about who the murderer is and the motive.
The end is good. I rated it a four stars because Jean mostly just stumbles on the answer rather than really trying to find the answer to the question: Who is the murderer? In fact, she's not even thinking about the whole thing, nor is she even putting any of the clues she has together. So it really isn't a detective book. It rather a book about a caterer who stumbles across a body and who stumbles across a murderer.
However, it is still an entertaining little book.
Enjoy
Delaath
When an official at one of her corporate clients is electrocuted, caterer Jean Ainley is dragged into murder. Filled with details about cooking and the dangers of cooking (strawberries are dangerous...who knew?), this little whodunnit is lackluster, but a little bit entertaining.