Murder At Fenwold (eBook)
A Ludovic Travers Mystery
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“And that’s not all. Somers is dead too … He poisoned himself … in the lounge!”
When the wealthy Cosmo Revere is killed by a falling tree, ex-CID officer John Franklin and Ludovic Travers chance to be staying in the vicinity. After examining the scene Franklin determines it was no accident. At the family lawyer’s request Franklin and Travers go undercover at Fenwold Hall, where thedramatis personae, among others, include a bewitching niece, a blustering colonel, and a vicar with a passion for amateur theatricals. Fenwold is a country house beset by secrets … and devious murder.
Murder at Fenwold was originally published in 1930. This new edition features an introduction by crime fiction historian Curtis Evans.
“A cleverly plotted tale of murder … in rural England.”Dashiell Hammett
“It is always a pleasure to read a really complicated detective story andMurder at Fenwold fully deserves a place in this category.”Spectator