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Maria Lang

Harmful if Eaten

At a theatre performance in connection with a student party at the secondary school the heroine drops dead on stage, poisoned. Shortly after another girl is found dead under the stage. The tension and fear is spreading in the school.

This title was originally published in 1950, and is the second one in the series about Puck and Einar Bure.

Maria Lang is Sweden’s answer to Agatha Christie and made her debut in 1949 with The Murderer Doesn’t Lie Alone and for the next 42 years she published one book per year, and quickly became one of the most popular and widely read crime writers. Her books are traditional puzzle mysteries often set in the academic environment or…

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At a theatre performance in connection with a student party at the secondary school the heroine drops dead on stage, poisoned. Shortly after another girl is found dead under the stage. The tension and fear is spreading in the school.

This title was originally published in 1950, and is the second one in the series about Puck and Einar Bure.

More titles by Maria Lang

Roses, Kisses and Death
Rosor, kyssar och döden
Tragedy at a Country Cemetery
Tragedi på en lantkyrkogård
The Murderer Doesn't Lie Alone
Mördaren ljuger inte ensam

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