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Chief Inspector William Read, now working for the police department in Victoria, Australia, once again enlists the help of his old friend, freelance sleuth Jeffery Blackburn, to help him solve the grisly murder of High Court Judge Sir Merton Tenison Sheldon, in Melbourne. Sheldon's murder involves a classic locked room puzzle. As if this weren't enough challenge for Read and Blackburn, the murderer is a crafty and shifty figure who taunts the two detectives by committing even more grisly crimes. A Ramble House book
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Max Afford (1906 - 1954) was a noted journalist and radio dramatist. He wrote six classic impossible mysteries (all published by Ramble House) and many short stories. Born in Adelaide, he was a noted playwright and radio producer with a biennial award given in his name to young Australian dramatists. He was author of more than sixty radio and stage plays.
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Book Description Ramble House, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111605430226