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  • Dancers in mourning

    OCLC number
    1137730782
    Language
    eng
    Format
    9 audio discs (11 hr.) ; 4 3/4 in.
    Subject
    Campion, Albert (Fictitious character)--Fiction.; Private investigators--England--Fiction.; Dancers--England--London--Fiction.; Singers--England--London--Fiction.; London (England)--Fiction.
    Description
    Unabridged.; Jimmy Sutane is London's favorite song-and-dance man, headlining at the Argosy Theatre, and beloved by all. Or almost all, someone has taken to playing increasingly nasty pranks. Albert Campion offers to poke around, but what he finds chez Sutane nearly overwhelms him. Someone here is aiming to hang up Sutane's tap shoes on a permanent basis, and if Campion is to keep Jimmy dancing, he'll have to come up with some pretty fancy footwork of his own.
  • Dancers in mourning

    OCLC number
    1111934479
    Language
    eng
    Format
    408 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
    Subject
    Campion, Albert (Fictitious character)--Fiction.; Dancers--Fiction.; Murder--Investigation--Fiction.
    Description
    Adult.; Large print edition.; When song-and-dance star Jimmy Sutane falls victim to a string of practical jokes involving bouquets of garlic, birds in the gallery and a pin in his make-up stick, there's only one man who can get to the bottom of the apparent vendetta against the music-hall darling - Albert Campion. But when Campion visits Sutane's country house, where his show-business friends live alongside his family, the backstage pranks escalate and an ageing starlet is killed. Under pressure to uncover the culprit, and plagued by his growing feelings for Sutane's wife, Campion finds himself uncomfortably embroiled in an investigation which tests his ingenuity and integrity to the limit...
  • Dancers in mourning

    OCLC number
    1137059309
    Language
    eng
    Format
    397 pages ; 23 cm.
    Subject
    large print books.; Campion, Albert (Fictitious character)--Fiction.; Large type books.
    Description
    Ulverscroft edition.; "Albert Campion"--Cover.
  • Dancers in mourning : albert campion #9

    OCLC number
    1127557532
    Publisher
    Wildside Press
    Date
    2019
    Language
    eng
    Format
    1 online resource
    Description
    Title from resource description page (Recorded Books, viewed November 11, 2019).; An old friend of Albert Campion, "Uncle" William Faraday, has written a successful book that has been turned into a hit musical comedy. Jimmy Sutane, an established actor and dancer, is the star of the musical. But recently someone has it in for Sutane and has started playing harmless practical jokes that have caused the highly emotional Jimmy much trauma. Jimmy asks Campion to look into who the prankster may be. So Campion takes a trip to the Sutane household, where he unexpectedly finds more than he bargained for.
  • Dancers in mourning

    OCLC number
    1305076223
    Publisher
    BBC Video ; Distributed in the U.S. and Canada by Warner Home Video
    Date
    2004
    Language
    Closed-captioned.; Language is English.; eng
    Format
    1 videodisc (107 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
    Subject
    DVDs.; Campion, Albert (Fictitious character)--Drama.; Private investigators--England--Drama.; Detective and mystery television programs--Great Britain.; DVDs.; London (England)--Drama.
    Description
    Not rated.; Standard version.; Videocassette release of an episode from the 1990 television series.; Based on the novel of the same name by Margery Allingham.; DVD, Dolby Digital.; Jimmy Sulane, brilliant mjsical comedy star and toast of London's West End theatre scene, falls victim to a series of malicious practical jokes. As the strain begins to affect Jimmy's performance, Campion and Lugg step behind the scenes to catch the perpetrator in the act.
  • The mysterious Mr. Campion : an Allingham omnibus

    OCLC number
    317542309
    Publisher
    Chato & Windus
    Date
    1972, ©1963
    Language
    eng
    Format
    505 pages
    Description
    The case of the late pig.--Dancers in mourning.--The tiger in the smoke.--On Christmas day in the morning.
  • Dancers in mourning

    OCLC number
    1059147609
    Publisher
    Felony & Mayhem
    Date
    2008, ©1937
    Language
    eng
    Format
    337 pages ; 19 cm
    Subject
    Campion, Albert (Fictitious character)--Fiction.; Private investigators--England--London--Fiction.; London (England)--Fiction.
    Description
    "The 8th Albert Campion mystery"--Cover.; "First published, 1937"--Title page verso.; Awards: H.W. Wilson Fiction Core Collection; H.W. Wilson Fiction Core Collection; Jimmy Sutane is London's favorite song-and-dance man, headlining at the Argosy Theatre. Someone has taken to playing increasingly nasty pranks on him. Albert Campion offers to investigate.
  • Campion : Dancers in mourning, flowers for the judge, mystery mile, sweet danger ; Dancers in mourning; Flowers of the judge; Mystery mile; Sweet danger

    OCLC number
    671838241
    Publisher
    BBC Video ; Distributed by Warner Home Video
    Date
    ©2004
    Language
    Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.; eng
    Format
    4 videodiscs (approximately 107 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
    Subject
    Allingham, Margery, 1904-1966. Dancers in mourning--Film adaptations.; Campion, Albert (Fictitious character)--Fiction.; Private investigators--England--Fiction.; Detective and mystery television programs.; Television adaptations.; London (England)--Fiction.
    Description
    PG.; Originally broadcast on television in 1990.; Based on the novel by Margery Allingham.; For specific added features see container or interactive features menu while viewing disc.; Jimmy Sutane, a brilliant star of musical comedy and the toast of the West End theatre scene, has become the victim of a series of malicious practical jokes, which are beginning to affect his performance. Campion and Lugg are recruited backstage to discover the perpetrator. Campion's investigations lead him to Sutane's Sussex residence, where matters take a more serious turn with the death of one of Suntane's friends and fellow actors.
  • The crime and Mr. Campion.

    OCLC number
    557465252
    Publisher
    Doubleday & Co
    Date
    [1937, 1934]
    Language
    eng
    Format
    1 online resource (575 pages)
    Subject
    Campion, Albert (Fictitious character)--Fiction.
    Description
    Death of a ghost: Albert Campion is in attendance while the family of famous artist John Lafcadio prepares for a posthumous exhibit. Lafcadio, irritated at the thought that another artist, Charles Tanqueray, might outlive him, provided a series of paintings to be shown one at a time, after his death.; Flowers for the judge: One morning, Tom Barnabas of the publishers Barnabas & Company left his house as usual, then simply vanished. Twenty years later, his cousin Paul, now head of the company, meets an untimely death. To solve Paul's murder, Campion has to go back two decades and sort through a legacy of treachery to solve a case sure to be one of his most difficult.; Dancers in mourning: Strange pranks are being played on dancer Jimmy Sutane, star of London's Argosy Theatre. When they spread to the Sutanes' country estate, it becomes apparent that someone wants Jimmy's famous feet to tap their final dance. Campion never dreamed the big show-stopper would be murder--and a case that promises to test his mind and break his heart.; Death of a ghost.- Flowers for the judge.- Dancers in mourning.
  • Who killed Chole? ; Dancers in mourning

    OCLC number
    29862939
    Publisher
    Avon Books
    Date
    [©1943]
    Language
    eng
    Format
    203 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
    Description
    "Published originally under the title Dancers in Mourning."