A literate background of book frauds and forgeries for this story of Bland's first case in which he interprets a dead man's...

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A literate background of book frauds and forgeries for this story of Bland's first case in which he interprets a dead man's poetry and finds a killer. An innocent engagement gift of a first edition of a book of poems leads to the murder of an expert in literary fakes, to various connections in the poet's history and to the plot to corner the market on his works. Bland's assumption of infallibility is upheld to the gentlemanly riddance of the perpetrator of the crimes. British custom made.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1949