Well Bred And Dead: A High Society Mystery by Catherine O'connellWell Bred And Dead: A High Society Mystery by Catherine O'connell

Well Bred And Dead: A High Society Mystery

byCatherine O'connell

Paperback | January 23, 2007

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Newly widowed Pauline Cook was once the toast of the Windy City elite—but now she's practically broke. At least she's in better shape than her dear departed friend Ethan Campbell, whose corpse Pauline has had the misfortune to discover. A writer who chronicled the lives, loves, and ensembles of the Gold Coast's most elegant ladies, Ethan apparently took his own life—while inelegantly clad in old boxers, no less. And since no relatives are coming forward to claim Ethan's remains, it falls to Pauline to settle his final affairs . . . with her own dwindling funds.

However, there are things about Ethan's suicide that don't seem to add up: the ratty undergarments he "chose" to die in, for example . . . and the multiple birth certificates the police turn up in his apartment. Before she can truly lay her friend to rest, plucky Pauline's determined to get to the bottom of his increasingly suspicious death.

Newly widowed Pauline Cook was once the toast of the Windy City elite—but now she's practically broke. At least she's in better shape than her dear departed friend Ethan Campbell, whose corpse Pauline has had the misfortune to discover. A writer who chronicled the lives, loves, and ensembles of the Gold Coast's most elegant ladies, Eth...
Title:Well Bred And Dead: A High Society MysteryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.79 inPublished:January 23, 2007Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061122157

ISBN - 13:9780061122156

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