Murder Is Ruby Red(1970)
(Book 30 in the Doctor Harry Manson Mystery series)
A novel by Edwin Radford and M A Radford
William Coppock, a well-known jeweller, was found dead in his car which was half submerged in the River Thames at Henley. An inquest decided that he had died from misadventure. Two months later, for no reason at all except his legendary "suspicious mind", Doctor Manson, Scotland Yard's homicide chief, had the body exhumed - and found murder; and a ring of remarkable frauds. It took journeys to Paris, Amsterdam and Burma to find clues which eventually solved the crime.
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