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Murder from Three Angles

(1934)
(A book in the Chief Inspector Chace series)
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Dansford, the wealthy financier, has arranged a meeting with seven fellow businessmen, to be held at his country residence, 'Colham Gorse'. Each of the seven men represent a failing concern, which Dansford is convinced he will be able to make good - if only his guests are willing to accede to his terms. Also present is the house's previous owner, Chauncey Colham, and his niece Letty, whom Dansford now employs as his host and hostess. Tensions run high, but when Dansford is found dead at the side of a lake in the grounds, no less than three parties set about investigating the crime: Letty Colham and Dansford's young secretary, Tommy Hope; the local constabulary, headed by Major Loyt and Superintendent Mellon; and the C.I.D., in the form of Inspector Chace.

Three sets of investigators. Three angles. One crime.

Whose angle will prove correct?

Originally published in 1934 in Collins's celebrated 'Crime Club' imprint, this is a classic British murder mystery from the golden age of detective fiction!



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February 2015 : Canada, UK Kindle edition
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Title: Murder from Three Angles (Black Heath Classic Crime)
Author(s): Vernon Loder
Publisher: Black Heath Editions
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