THE MAN WHO CHANGED HIS PLEA by E. Phillips Oppenheim

THE MAN WHO CHANGED HIS PLEA

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A case involving Richard Lebur, who is tried for the murder of a man in his mistress' flat and changes his plea from Guilty to Not Guilty, and receives life imprisonment. Seven years later, Martin Brockenhurst, Viscount and ex-policeman, with Scotland Yard, pursues the case further, motivated by his love for Lebur's wife. Eventually, the case clears itself to everyone's romantic satisfaction. Old hat.

Pub Date: April 14th, 1942
Publisher: Little, Brown