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Much in Evidence

by Henry Cecil

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William Richmond is bald and lame. But that is not his only misfortune. On the very night he has ?100,000 in his safe, his home is broken into and he is beaten up. His insurance company pays up - but they are highly suspicious. It would appear that a series of bald and lame men have been making dubious insurance claims. In this hilarious trial novel we see how amazing coincidences can really happen.… (more)

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Nice little legal drama, with a huge twist in the tail. ( )
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