Everything you need to understand or teach Jerusalem Inn by Martha Grimes.
Disappointed that the pubs aren't open, Richard Jury walks into a church in the village of Washington and interrupts a christening. He leaves hurriedly and walks into a cemetery where he discovers a woman stooped over headstones. The woman, later identified as Helen Minton, seems dizzy and Jury walks her home where she invites him in for a drink. They share sandwiches and Jury invites her out to dinner later in the week. She accepts. When he returns for the date, he finds that she's dead in an historic home, her body discovered by tourists. While an initial look at the scene indicates that it could have been death by natural causes, Jury doesn't believe so, and the autopsy soon indicates that he was correct. Jury, as a superintendent of Scotland Yard, isn't officially assigned to the case but soon becomes involved.
His investigation takes him to a...
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