Sinister Purposes book. Margot Arnold (Petronelle Marguerite Mary Cook) has written numerous novels of espionage and romantic suspense in addition to this acclaimed mystery series.
Sinister Purposes book. A former longtime resident of Cape Cod, she now lives in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Series: Penny Spring and Sir Toby Glendower. Books by Margot Arnold. Mor. rivia About Sinister Purposes.
1988) A novel by Margot Arnold. A mysterious, handsome American surprises pretty, blond Elizabeth Marchant in the English garden with an unusual request-to help an old school chum who is a prisoner of Libyan fanatics and holds information vital for . national security Genre: Thriller. Used availability for Margot Arnold's Sinister Purposes.
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Margot Arnold (born May 16, 1925) is the pseudonym of Petronelle Marguerite Mary Cook. She was born in Plymouth, Devon, England. with a Diploma in Prehistoric Archaeology and Anthropology in 1947, and an . in 1950 from Oxford University. She is a long-time resident of Hyannis, Massachusetts. She is a mystery fiction writer, creator of the Dr. Penny Spring and Sir Toby Glendower series, about an anthropologist and an archeologist based at Oxford University, England.
Sinister Purposes (1988). National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, . International Who's Who of Authors and Writers 2004. Klein, Kathleen . ed. Great women mystery writers: classic to contemporary.
Book's title: Sinister purposes Margot Arnold. Library of Congress Control Number: 87091080. Personal Name: Arnold, Margot.