Never Trust A Dead Man

Never Trust A Dead Man

Book - 1999
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Wrongly convicted of murder and punished by being sealed in the tomb with the dead man, seventeen-year-old Selwyn enlists the help of a witch and the resurrected victim to find the true killer.
Publisher: San Diego : Harcourt Brace, c1999.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780152018993
Branch Call Number: YA MYSTERY VandeVel Vivian
Characteristics: 194 p. ;,22 cm.


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Jan 31, 2018

rachelmanija on dreamwidth says "This book is absolutely hilarious. It also best read as unspoiled as possible, as a lot of the comedy has to do with the way the hapless hero's predicament keeps accruing more and more absurd and unexpected complications. Early on he returns to his village disguised as a pilgrim with the bat hanging from the rim of his hat; several plot twists later, the bat remarks, "Aren't you worried about people in the village recognizing me as the pilgrim's French killer bat?" A short, fast, highly enjoyable read


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