The Division Bell Mystery

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The Division Bell Mystery is a 1932 political murder mystery by the Labour MP Ellen Wilkinson. A financier is found shot in the House of Commons. A young parliamentary private secretary turns amateur sleuth becoming smitten by the dead man's gorgeous but enigmatic daughter.[1]

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  1. ^ Fielding, S. (2011), ‘Fiction and British Politics: Towards an Imagined Political Capital’, Parliamentary Affairs, 64/2: 6