Thirteen Guests (British Library Crime Classics) por J Farjeon

Thirteen Guests (British Library Crime Classics)
Titulo del libro : Thirteen Guests (British Library Crime Classics)
Fecha de lanzamiento : September 1, 2015
Autor : J Farjeon
Número de páginas : 294
ISBN : 1464204896
Editor : Poisoned Pen Press

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No observer, ignorant of the situation, would have guessed that death lurked nearby, and that only a little distance from the glitter of silver and glass and the hum of voices, two victims lay silent on a studio floor. On a fine autumn weekend, Lord Aveling hosts a hunting party at his country house, Bragley Court. Among the guests are an actress, a journalist, an artist, and a mystery novelist. The unlucky thirteenth is John Foss, injured at the local train station and brought to the house to recuperate but John is nursing a secret of his own. Soon events take a sinister turn when a painting is mutilated, a dog stabbed, and a man strangled. Death strikes more than one of the house guests, and the police are called. Detective Inspector Kendall s skills are tested to the utmost as he tries to uncover the hidden past of everyone at Bragley Court. This country-house mystery is a forgotten classic of 1930s crime fiction by one of the most undeservedly neglected of golden age detective novelists."