BLACK TARN by P. W. Wilson


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Period decor for a complicated family history as a 1909 English Lakes' scandal is revealed. Young journalist Trevining is sent to Westmoreland to learn more details of the Earl of Sieddale -- and finds him dead. With the aid of his wife, Ruth, Trevining is in the midst of the investigation carried on by Scotland Yard, but it is Ruth, and an art expert, who untangle the past history and connect it with the present excitements --and catch the plotter who is conniving for bastard and legal heirs. Lavish production presented with humor and intelligence; good successor to Bride's Castle.

Pub Date: June 25th, 1945
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart