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Death on the Oxford Road(1933)
(The fourth book in the Robert Macdonald series)
A novel by E C R Lorac
We say that this classic detective story from the 1930s will keep its secret to the end. Who did it? If you can work out why, and there are clues, you'd know who did it. Anyone in the book could be the murderer. Even the Scotland Yard man has a curious connection with events. This is the puzzle set by E. C. R. Lorac. "The simple fact is that her novels are the archetypal 'good read'...Lovers of golden age crime fiction will not be disappointed." D. W. Blake. E. C. R. Lorac was the pen-name of Edith Caroline Rivett-Carnac (1894-1958) who was one of the accomplished band of English female detective story writers. She wrote 71 detective novels under the Lorac and Carol Carnac names. Death on the Oxford Road was one of her big successes.
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