SILENCE IN COURT by Patricia Wentworth

SILENCE IN COURT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Workmanlike, plausible focussed on an English courtroom, scene, this is the case against jobless, orphaned Carey Silence, accused of the murder of her wealthy domineering cousin, famous for the many changed wills she had made. An able barrister, legal smartness and lucky chance combine to free Carey.

Pub Date: May 23rd, 1945
Publisher: Lippincott