book cover of Death of an Editor
Added by 2 of our members
 

Death of an Editor

(1931)
(A book in the Inspector Brews Mystery series)
A novel by

 
 
Marsh House, Upperton, England - Hay Smith, editor of The Daily Record, is found dead in the private study of Sir James Sitheby. In his hands are the torn fragments of confidential Foreign Office documents. How Smith came to possess these documents is a mystery, but not as much of a mystery as which of Sir James's house-guests murdered the editor. So when Inspector Brews arrives at the scene soon after the tragedy, having been summoned to Marsh House by a mysterious telephone call from Hay Smith earlier in the afternoon, he faces one of his toughest cases yet...

Originally published in 1931 in Collins's celebrated "Crime Club" imprint, this is a classic British mystery from the 'golden age' of crime fiction.

Genre: Mystery

Visitors also looked at these books


Used availability for Vernon Loder's Death of an Editor


About Fantastic Fiction       Information for Authors