HEIR PRESUMPTIVE by Henry Wade

HEIR PRESUMPTIVE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Some tight criminal, inheritance and succession problems are almost surmounted by Eustace Hendel when he grabs the chance at the family title and fortunes. He removes one obstacle, is ready for a second murder when his prey dies. Eustace becomes an obstacle himself and his suicide is framed by another aspirant. English law takes care of that, however. Rewarding reissue in Murder Revisited Series.

Pub Date: Sept. 29th, 1953
Publisher: Macmillan