The Murder Of My Aunt

In the words of Oliver Goldsmith, to be sure aunts of all kinds are damned bad things.

You can't help sympathising with Edward in his attempts to rid himself of his extremely annoying relation.

Richard Hull's novel, written in the 1930s is freely adapted by John Peacock.

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In the words of Oliver Goldsmith, to be sure aunts of all kinds are damned bad things.

You can't help sympathising with Edward in his attempts to rid himself of his extremely annoying relation.

Richard Hull's novel, written in the 1930s is freely adapted by John Peacock.