THE PERJURED ALIBI by Walter S. Masterman

THE PERJURED ALIBI

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An English background -- friends most after years of separation, and the host turns out to be living a run down estate, heavily mortgaged, and to have become the village drunkard, in despair over the loss of the girl he loves to the man who virtually owns his home. The man is killed -- Darrow suspected. His friend perjures himself to save him, and -- with the girl -- solves the mystery. Nothing hair-raising, but very well done and holds the interest.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1935
Publisher: Dutton