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    The Case of the Gilded Fly
    (Gervase Fen, #1)
    by Edmund Crispin

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    • ISBN: 9781933397009 (1933397004)
    • Release date: June 2005
    • Genres: mystery, fiction, crime, detective, humor, classics
    • Language: english
    • Format: paperback, 241 pages
    • Author: Edmund Crispin
    • Characters: Gervase Fen
    • Series: Gervase Fen, #1
    • Publisher: Felony & Mayhem

    About The Book

    Theater companies are notorious hotbeds of intrigue, and few are more intriguing than the company currently in residence at Oxford University. Center-stage is the beautiful, malicious Yseut, a mediocre actress with a stellar talent for destroying men. Rounding out the cast are more than a few of her past and present conquests, and the women who love them. And watching from the wings is Professor Gervase Fen-scholar, wit, and fop extraordinaire-who would rather solve crimes than expound on English literature. When Yseut is murdered, Fen finally gets his wish. Gilded Fly, originally published in 1944, was both Fen’s first outing and the debut of the pseudonymous Crispin (in reality, composer Bruce Montgomery).

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