BEYOND REASONABLE DOUBT by Richard Hull

BEYOND REASONABLE DOUBT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Jury trial presentation of the murder of an odious wealthy bachelor. Under the pontifical prosecution of the counsel for the Crown, various minutiae emerge concerning his butler, a stamp dealer, his secretary, and the local vicar. The identity of the accused is withheld until the last. Snailpaced, with a few moments of ingenuity.

Pub Date: Feb. 15th, 1941
Publisher: Messner