|Title||Publisher||Date||Issue Points - Notes|
|Murder in Devils' Hollow||World's Work||1944||Yellow cloth|
|Talking of Murder||Harrap||1945||Blue cloth, silver. Dust jacket 8/6|
|The Death Box||Macdonald||1946||Blue boards, gilt. Dust jacket 8/6|
|Another Little Murder||Macdonald||1947|
Dust Jacket Artist: Jack Matthew
Lorna Nicholl Morgan ~ Further Information ~ Biography
Synopsis of Lorna Nicholl Morgan's Talking of Murder
Connolly's Club was exclusive, and Michael Connolly was jealous of its good reputation. He felt it almost as a personal affront when a member died in the Club's luxurious precincts on a New Year's Eve. He was still further aggrieved when Inspector Flash called, and his visit turned out to be an official one, instead of the usual friendly call.
When the Inspector hinted at murder, Michael resented anything so unreasonable in connection with his Club. Yet this was only the beginning of a series of happenings all of which pointed to members of Connolly's. There were big robberies of art treasures —Mr Tilbury, who died on New Year's Eve, was proprietor of the Art Treasures Emporium, Mayfair—and two more deaths. Inspector Flash worked hard on these cases—so did " Sling" Fitzroberts of Connolly's on Michael's behalf—and he was able to contribute some details to complete the Inspector's final reconstruction of motive and method.
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