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Six Against the Yard (1936)
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A unique anthology for crime afficionados - six 'perfect murder' stories, written by the most accomplished crime writers of the 1930s, designed to fox real-life Scotland Yard Superintendent Cornish, who comments on whether or not these crimes could have genuinely been solved. Includes a rare newspaper article by Agatha Christie, in which she discusses a real-life 'perfect murder'. -- Cover.
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