By Rupert Penny.
Collins Crime Club.
I confess that I fell for Penny’s red herrings and got the solution wrong. The explanation for the mystery is cunning, if inevitably far-fetched . . .Penny authored only two handfuls of mystery novels altogether:
As by "Rupert Penny":
THE TALKATIVE POLICEMAN (1936) (review)
POLICEMAN'S HOLIDAY (1937) (review)
POLICEMAN IN ARMOUR (1937) (review)
POLICEMAN'S EVIDENCE (1938)
SHE HAD TO HAVE GAS (1939) (review)
SWEET POISON (1940) (review)
SEALED ROOM MURDER (1941) (review)
CUT AND RUN (1941)
Category: Detective fiction
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