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by Marian Babson

eBook Murder, Murder, Little Star (The diamond jubilee collection) download ISBN: 0002315297
Author: Marian Babson
Publisher: Collins Crime; Reprinted edition edition (September 29, 1977)
Language: English
Pages: 178
ePub: 1832 kb
Fb2: 1122 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense

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Marian Babson is the pseudonym of American mystery writer Ruth Marian Stenstreem, born in Salem . Babson's books are usually under two hundred pages and often involve cats.

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. 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. Cover Up Story, 1971. Murder at the Cat Show, 1972. Also released as Murder on Show.

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Murder Murder Little Star book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Murder Murder Little Star. From the moment Frances Armitage saw the American film star, she knew she was in for trouble.

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Marian Babson is a pseudonym for Ruth Stenstreem. She is a mystery author with a large body of work that rotates in and out of print. 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. The publisher's tagline for her is "Murder Most British", and the style of the books reflects that: the violence is not graphically described and the sleuths are usually bumbling amateurs.

From the moment Frances saw 10-year-old film star, Twinkle, she knew she was in for trouble. Twinkle is a box office hit and Frances is her new chaperone. Frances believes she must try and protect Twinkle after a series of attempts on her life.

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One of 12 selected crime story reprints bound in white Linson with silver blocking on front and spine. Marian Babson has also written "Reel Murder" and "Encore Murder".
Comments: (2)
Thofyn
I had a copy of this book for years, but made the mistake of loaning it out. I went ahead finally and bought a new copy, so you can see that I really liked the book. It gives a new twist to the world of theater and movies.
Kigul
New empty-nester Frances is surprised to be hired as chaperone to an obnoxious child star. But her sympathies swing to little Twinkle, and when a death occurs, Frances doesn't know whether Twinkle is responsible - or the intended victim.

Stenstreem specializes in unlikable characters, which means I give up on most of her books fairly quickly. But she occasionally produces a story that holds my attention in spite of the awful characters - and this one kept me reading right up to the end.