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  • Arsenic and Old Books

    The mayor of Athens donates four diaries to be placed in the archives of the library in which Charlie Harris works. Two opposing candidates in the mayoral race think that there may be unsavoury details in the diaries that will help their campaigns. But before Charlie can examine them and deem them of quality that will not be damaged with handling, a professor desiring tenure wants three weeks with the diaries; a second young woman, a journalist, also wants access to them as well. Before Charlie can examine them, they are stolen. Then the mayor finds a fifth diary, which seems to prove that the rich man’s son, Beck, is descended from a sainted mother and the poor man’s son is descended from a slave. Only Charlie seems to be able to forge through the proliferation of falsehoods to find the liars and the murderer.

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