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So Many Doors

(Book 26 in the Bobby Owen series)
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"What happens," Bobby asked, "when a woman with an irresistible attraction for men, and the man with an irresistible attraction for women, meet? When glamour meets glamour . . . ?"

"Lummy," said the superintendent.

A seemingly innocent young woman has disappeared, presumably to elope with an unscrupulous lothario. Despite his wife Olive's urging, Met Commander Bobby Owen is originally reluctant to get involved in a seemingly personal matter. But he soon finds his professional whiskers twitching when he discovers the cad in the case is a former suspect in a knife murder. Before long Bobby discovers a new murder scene - plenty of blood, but strangely no corpse ...

So Many Doors, a classic golden age whodunit, is the twenty-sixth novel in the Bobby Owen Mystery series, originally published in 1949. This new edition features an introduction by crime fiction historian Curtis Evans, and a selection of E.R. Punshon's prolific Guardian reviews of other golden age mystery fiction.

"What is distinction? ... in the works of Mr. E.R. Punshon we salute it every time."--Dorothy L. Sayers

Genre: Mystery

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