Having been found guilty of the murder of Gerald Barton, Harry Maitland faces the gallows. It had been proved that Maitland had gone to Barton's flat at about the time at which Barton had met his death. The revolver used in the shooting had been found at the scene, and the vendor had recognised Maitland as the purchaser. However, Maitland's fiancee, Phyllis, and her sister, Ethel, are certain that Harry is innocent, so Ethel's husband, Richard Standish MP, decides to conduct his own investigation...
Used availability for George Goodchild's The Barton Mystery
February 2003 : UK Paperback