Chief Detective Inspector Austen concurs with an amateur medical criminologist that the impeccable Mr. Jefferson, lawyer and...

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DEATH DISTURBS MR. JEFFERSON

Chief Detective Inspector Austen concurs with an amateur medical criminologist that the impeccable Mr. Jefferson, lawyer and rare glass collector, has died of unnatural causes. With no apparent motive for the demise, the discovery of bank accounts in different names is a lead for Austen to unearth sadistic blackmailing and the scandals which paid off for Jefferson and which and in self-inflicted justice. Cakes and ale.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1950