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The Tolliver Cases

Hodder & Stoughton 1934

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They found Sir William Tolliver face down in the trout stream— his rod near by—the pistol close at hand. Obviously it was suicide, but no one could understand why. The police said 'suicide* too. There was only one person who had serious doubts—a girl, his niece. And because she persisted, Tolefree, the detective (who had solved the Midwood mystery and discovered the secret of the Blue Gar) was in the end summoned from London. He wasn't very hopeful, for days had passed since the tragedy. If there was a trail to be found it was cold. And there were far too many people who might have committed the crime.

RAJ Walling


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