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Death Takes a Bow (Mr. and Mrs. North #6) by Frances Lockridge

In the sixth novel of this lively, sophisticated series, blockbuster author Victor Leeds Sproul dies of poisoning just before he is to deliver the first lecture on a promising tour. Why kill him?

Jerry North’s publishing firm represented Sproul, and he and his sparkling wife Pam were on the scene. As so often happens, the Norths assist their pal, Lieutenant Bill Weigand, in tracking down the culprit. Set during World War II, readers will get a glimpse of the home front during that time. Highly recommended.
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Mark Richard WEIGAND. WEIGAND, Mark Richard (Age 22) Mark Richard Weigand passed away on January 23, in Cheney, WA. He is survived by his parents; his siblings, Matthew and Melanie; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and extended.
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The doting grandfather who was holding an Indiana toddler moments before her fatal plunge from the side of a cruise ship jetted back to the US today - after failing to give a witness statement to Puerto Rican investigators. Chloe Weigand was being supervised by maternal grandfather Salvatore 'Sam' Anello when she plummeted from the 11th deck of the Freedom of the Seas as it docked in San Juan on Sunday. Anello - who could yet face charges of homicide or neglect - attended a pre-arranged appointment on Wednesday at the island's Ministry of Justice accompanied by a criminal attorney from San Juan. But an official from the justice department told DailyMail. Puerto Rican authorities have not made any arrests over Chloe's death and legally there was nothing they could do to keep the family there once her body was released to them on Wednesday for repatriation. Anello and his wife Patricia flew out early this morning and were seen looking drained and anguished as they arrived at Chicago O'Hare Airport this afternoon. Salvatore Anello, the devastated grandfather of tragic Chloe Wiegand, arrived in Chicago today after flying back from Puerto Rico following the toddler's death.

THE grandad of a toddler who plunged to her death from a cruise ship after he placed her next to an open window landed back in the US last night. Devastated Salvatore 'Sam' Anello reportedly refused to give a witness statement to investigators in Puerto Rico following the tragedy on Sunday. Grieving Mr Anello was advised by his lawyer not to provide an official statement to investigators over fears he could be charged over the death of little Chloe Weigand, DailyMail. She then asked him to lift her to a wall of windows lining the play area , her family have said. But tragically, Chloe fell from the 11th floor window and landed ft below on the concrete dock. Detectives in Puerto Rico have made no arrests - so there was nothing stopping the family travelling home once Chloe's body was released to them on Wednesday for repatriation. Chloe's devastated dad Alan Weigand, 40, and mum Kimberly, 36, flew back to the US on a different flight.

WEIGAND, Mark Richard (Age 22) Mark Richard Weigand passed away on January 23, in Cheney, WA. He was born to Rick and Diane Weigand on May.
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Chloe Weigand reportedly slipped from Salvatore Anello's hands and fell out of a cruise ship's 11th floor window in Puerto Rico. A grandfather who was holding a toddler before she plunged to her death from a cruise ship has declines to give a statement to the authorities, it is claimed. Salvatore Anello was looking after Chloe Weigand when she fell from the 11th floor of Freedom of the Seas vessel when it was docked in San Juan, Puerto Rico, last week. It is said the child slipped from her granddad's hands and fell out of the window, landing onto the concrete dock below. He and a lawyer reportedly visited the island's Ministry of Justice on Wednesday for a meeting, although he apparently did not give an official statement. The newspaper added that Chloe's parents, Alan and Kimberly, were also invited to the Ministry of Justice to discuss how their daughter died, however they too decided against giving a statement on the advice of their legal adviser. But the couple's American lawyer denied they were refusing to cooperate with the authorities.

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