Shucks, I don't know - Half-pint Homicide?
DS: Boy, that was close...
'The Long Night'?
One last 2008 clue:
"The home was full of sounds late at night. People talking in locked rooms. Arguments. Once he thought he heard Cousin William sobbing"
(I think he needed a tumbler of cognac!")
Happy New Year.
Why am I thinking "Death Is A Lonely Business"?
Well, I'm back on board here.
I now know whence cometh this quote as far as the collection, but, having seen the contents of stories and not owning this collection, I fear I haven't read this one.
It Burns Me Up?
In the neighborhood, wrong address...
"Mom and dad mingled with the bright swarm, flames about which social moths beat their sophisticated wings."
Johnny - Cousin William - Ellie - Grandma - and good old Uncle ******
Uh! Am I the only one who has this story!?
We need to pass the "Name the RB story" to some well-deserved boarder... You have 'til midnight and then it gets serious.
(Come on, Sundance, the trail is starting to thin and meander!)
The Trunk Lady?
"E-U-R-E-K-A-!" is a good word.
Over to you, DS! Whew.
Quite a story. Since it is in A Memory for a Murder, it was a bit more "out there!" One of Mr. B's really early ones - 1944, Detective Tales:
A Spirited and Healthy 2009 for all here and elsewhere!
Mr B did not like these stories.
"Follow them," whispered Mr Fields. "Study their life patterns. Quick!"
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