A miniature murder mystery Peter Chambers Mark Preston took the case reluctantly. The verdict on Honoria Lockhart was accidental death and no one had any reason to murder her. An elderly woman of modest means, she lived quietly, concentrating on her hobby of copying old manuscripts. Preston brightened up when he met the lawyer lady Hortense Mulligan and became positively enthusiastic with the advent of night-club singer Juliet Freeman. But the next death was unquestionably murder, and the wrong people would suffer unless Preston solved the puzzle.
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