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Death is Now My Neighbour  
Dexter - Death is Now My Neighbour.jpg
Cover of the first edition
Author Colin Dexter
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series Inspector Morse series, #12
Genre(s) crime novel
Publisher Macmillan
Publication date 24 September 1996
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 349p.
ISBN 0333675703
OCLC Number 35774113
Preceded by The Daughters of Cain
Followed by The Remorseful Day

Death is Now My Neighbour is a crime novel by Colin Dexter, the twelfth novel in the Inspector Morse series.

Contents

Synopsis

At Number 17 on Bloxham Drive, young Rachel James is shot point blank through her kitchen window. Unfortunately none of the other residents can recall seeing anything suspicious that morning, including her immediate neighbour Geoffrey Owens, a reporter desperate for the scoop on this new story.

Chief Inspector Morse, aided by his Sgt. Lewis, soon discovers a cryptic 'seventeenth-century' love poem and a photograph of Rachel with a mysterious grey-haired man, clues which lead him to the prestigious Lonsdale College, where the rivalry between Julian Storrs and Dr. Dennis Cornford for the position of Master is about to turn deadly.

Publication history

  • 1996, London: Macmillan ISBN 0333675703, Pub date 24 September 1996, Hardback

See also

Sources, references, external links

  • Bishop, David, The Complete Inspector Morse: From the Original Novels to the TV Series London: Reynolds & Hearn (2006) ISBN 1905287135
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