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The Missing Moneylender (1931)

by W. Stanley Sykes

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More of a How-it-was-done than a Whodunnit. Procedures and methods of acquiring evidence were described in great detail, and this was a little tedious on occasion. Interesting premise though.... one I haven't seen used before. I wonder if the reason is that it's not actually possible, or that it would give people ideas? ( )
  marina61 | Feb 28, 2015 |
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"The other day one of my patients told me that he had applied for the job of public executioner," remarked Dr James Osborne, settling himself more comfortably in his chair and lighting a much charred pipe with a demand note from the local rating authority.
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