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By Georgette Heyer
Who could kill the suitable gentleman?
When Ernest Fletcher is located bludgeoned to loss of life in his research, everyone seems to be stunned and mystified: Ernest used to be good beloved and revered, so who could have a cause for killing him?
Superintendent Hannasyde, with consummate ability, uncovers one soiled little mystery after one other, and with them, a number of people that all have purposes for in need of Fletcher lifeless. Then, a moment homicide is devoted, giving a ugly twist to a truly strange case, and Hannasyde realizes he is up opposed to a killer on a mission...
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