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Inspector Bedison and the Sunderland Case

(1931)
(A book in the Inspector Bedison series)
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Inspector Bedison is not exactly a welcome visitor at 8 Selborne Gardens, home of the financier Randolph Sunderland, when he arrives to investigate the man's involvement in a financial swindle worth thousands of pounds. Sunderland insists that he is as much a victim of his absconding partners as any of his duped investors. Bedison is unsure of the man's guilt, but is not surprised to be called back to Selborne Gardens shortly afterwards - this time to investigate the matter of Sunderland's death. Although an apparent case of suicide, Bedison has his doubts. What is the significance of the motor accident experienced by Sunderland shortly before his death? And what is the link between Sunderland's demise and the murder of the medical doctor who was also involved in the accident?

Originally published in 1931 this is a vintage detective story from the golden age of crime fiction.

Genre: Cozy Mystery

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Title: Inspector Bedison and the Sunderland Case (Black Heath Classic Crime)
Author(s): Thomas Cobb
Publisher: Black Heath Editions
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