The Clue of the Second Murder, John Stephen Strange
John Stephen Strange

The Clue of the Second Murder

289 printed pages
After leaving his sister's opulent Garden Party in 1927 Greenwich, Connecticut, George Stoner is shot dead while driving his Packard down a country lane beside the estate. Bill Adams, teen sleuth, begins the investigation, calling his friend, Detective Van Dusen Ormsberry home from his vacation in France to prevent an unjust conviction. Ormsberry must wade through the political scandal of the accused; the torrid love triangle of the accused, the stage actress and the victim; and the post-World War I International espionage he uncovers to find the actual murderer. Fans of Agatha Christie and the Golden Age of Detective Fiction will enjoy this 1929 Greenwich, CT mystery from American Author, Dorothy Stockbridge Tillett, penname: John Stephen Strange.
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