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Faked to Death by Dean James


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Also by Dean James:

Murder Past Due, August 2010
Baked to Death, April 2005
Death by Dissertation, May 2004
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Decorated to Death, April 2004
Faked to Death, March 2004
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Posted to Death, March 2003
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Closer Than the Bones, May 2001
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Cruel as the Grave, May 2000
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Faked to Death
Dean James

Vampire sleuth Simon Kirby-Jones confronts a plagiarist at a writers' conference, and soon finds himself investigating a murder.

A Simon Kirby-Jones Mystery
March 2004
Featuring: Simon Kirby-Jones; Giles Blitherington
288 pages
ISBN: 1575668882
Paperback (reprint)
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Mystery | Mystery Amateur Sleuth

Simon Kirby-Jones is not your typical British sleuth. Probably because he’s an American, southern born and bred and...dead. A vampire comfortably ensconced in the English village of Snupperton Mumsley, Simon has kept his discerning neighbors in the dark. Barring an overdose of garlic, he’ll live forever—but his fascination with murder will never die...

It’s Simon’s esteemed reputation as an auteur that brings him to the attention of Lady Hermione Kinsale. She needs another speaker for her week-long writers’ workshop.

Much to Simon’s surprise—and chagrin—bestselling mystery author Dorinda Darlington appears on the list of attendees. Simon knows first-hand how the reclusive author values her privacy...because Simon is Dorinda. The blatant impersonation has raised his hackles—and Simon’s fit to kill. But someone beats him to the punch. “Dorinda” is found dead, flattened by a stone urn pushed from the terrace.

Now cloistered with a killer, Simon tunes his heightened senses to the movements of his fellow authors. And as the workshop develops into a tension convention, Simon grows more determined to take a bite out of crime—before bloody murder claims another victim...


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