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Murder at Bridge

Anne Austin

Book Overview: 

Inhabitants of the small town of Hamilton joke that they are afraid of being the dummy when playing Bridge, for fear of being murdered. Meanwhile, Special Investigator Bonnie Dundee demands a re-enactment of the ‘death hand’ to try and find out why, and how, the victim was killed during a high society Bridge party.

Recommended for fans of John Grisham, Scott Turow, Michael Connelly, Janet Evanovich and David Baldacci.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Judge Marshall had nodded stiffly, and John C. Drake had muttered the semblance of a greeting.... Were they all overdoing it a bit—this reacting of their hostility to the sole remaining outsider of their compact little group?... Dundee stroked his chin thoughtfully.

But Penny was saying in her abrupt, husky voice: "Above the line, 1250; below the line 720, making a total of 1970 on this hand, Karen."

"Won't Nita be glad?" Karen gasped, then began to run totteringly, calling: "Nita! Nita!" But in the hall she collapsed, shuddering, crying in a child's whimper: "No, no! I—can't—go in there—again!"

It was Dundee who reached her first—Dundee and not her outraged and excited old husband.

"Mrs. Marshall—listen, please," he begged in a low voice, as he lifted her so that her head rested against his arm. "You have been splendid—wonderful! Please believe that I am truly sorry to distress you so, and tha. . . Read More

Community Reviews

fun easy read. Interesting to read 1920's pulp mystery. Overly complex method used, but that added to the odd charm of the book.

Good old Mystery novel.

Also first time I listen to a book read by multiple narrators, I liked the experience despite my initial circumspection.

A murder mystery from the early 1900's where more than one person died after playing bridge.... in the host's home. All the same players were at both. Who did it? And why?

3.5 stars

This was fun, cozy, frustrating at times, and I couldn’t guess what was going to happen! I really enjoyed this book and Dundee’s theories and of course Strawn’s :)
A fun way to spend a day!

You'll need a pad of paper and a pencil to take notes during the reading. Its a complex who-dunnit and there are plenty of suspects and plenty of alternate solutions. Its the story of a double murder at a house during a party. Both victims killed at different times but the same people are present du

A good solid murder mystery, somewhat in the vein of the early Ellery Queen, although the plotting hasn't the same imaginative ingenuity.

Bridge is currently all the rage in the small flyover town of Hamilton. One evening, during a session at the home of Nita Selim, Nita becomes the dummy hand and us

Got all the way to end and did not really have clue who was the murderer. all kinds of red herrings in this book. I did really see why having Penny's father come back in the end was included. seemed like an odd thing to bring in at the end.

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