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Dandy Gilver and an Unsuitable Day for a Murder ( Dandy Gilver 6)

Dandy Gilver and an Unsuitable Day for a Murder ( Dandy Gilver 6)

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1930s: ‘Careful what you wish for, lest it come true’

  • ISBN: 978-0340992975
  • Genre: Cosy crime, Mystery

What you need to know before your trail

Dear Alec,

‘Careful what you wish for, lest it come true’ is my new motto, and here is why. I was summoned to Dunfermline, that old grey town, in the matter of a missing heiress.

She had flounced off in a sulk over forbidden love and I, suspecting elopement, was loath to take the job of scouring guesthouses to find the little madam and her paramour.

Before I could wriggle out of it, though, there was a murder in the mix – or was it suicide? I had hardly begun to decide when it happened again. Then I was sacked. Actually sacked! By two separate people, and both dismissals in writing. And that’s not even the worst of it, darling: matters here are careering downwards much in the style of a runaway train.

Please hurry – or who knows where it might end,

Dandy xx

Travel Guide

Dunfermline

15 Abbey Park Place is a real house in Dunfermline which used to be a real bank. In around 1927 when the book is set, it was owned by an American and not a Dr Bishop.
Bank House and Roseville are are based on real places but have been placed in Dumfermline for the sake of the novel. The emporium is located opposite the Guildhall and Roseville is in Broomfield Drive
Aitken’s Emporium and the House of Hepburn are fictional. The emporium is located beside the Guild Hall and the Hepburn place is diagonally opposite the tolbooth

Streetview Maps

A) Dumfermline - Abbey Park House
D) Dumfermline - The Abbey

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Author/ Guide: Catriona McPherson  Destination: Dumferline Departure Time: 1930s

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