Sweet mystery of life

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Norman de Ratour is at it again, solving murder mysteries in his own befuddled way in his beloved Museum of Man, a fictitious institution created by Chelmsford-bred author Alfred Alcorn.

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Jun 10, 2010
 
Loved reading this great article about Alfie Alcorn and his incredible series of books. I've read all of his novels. Although the Museum Murders are a fantastic series (which should be made into Movies with the likes of Anthony Hopkins playing Norman), my personal favorite was "Vestments". This novel explores a man's drive to better his financial situation by getting cozy with his dying aunt. In the end, he betters his spiritual life. And, as with all Alcorn's novels, the twist of language and storylinr makes the books incredible reads! Very good article about this important local writer!
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You don't say! Why don't you contribute to wikipedia?

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