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No Grave for a Lady

By John and Emery Bonett

Her name was Lotte Liselotte. She was a world-famous German actress and a onetime flame of Adolf Hitler. And she had come to the lovely Channel island of Lyonesse to ‘get away from it all.’

Then British publisher Andrew Adams, his charming wife Ashe, and assorted other tourists on the island found, to their consternation, that Fraulein Liselotte had indeed got away from it all – by getting herself murdered.

First published in 1959, No Grave for a Lady is a murder-mystery novel from the genre’s golden age.

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