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The Case Of The Queenly Contestant by Erle…

The Case Of The Queenly Contestant (original 1967; edition 1967)

by Erle Stanley Gardner (Author)

Series: Perry Mason (Book 78)

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Title:The Case Of The Queenly Contestant
Authors:Erle Stanley Gardner (Author)
Info:Walter J. Black Inc. (1967), Edition: Reissue, 333 pages
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The Case of the Queenly Contestant by Erle Stanley Gardner (1967)


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I enjoyed this entry to the series. Perry is faced with a liar for a client, and the resolution of the case was quite interesting. ( )
  VincentDarlage | Jan 30, 2015 |
#661. Rarely have I seen the written work and television script coincikde with each other in plot consistancy, charactel;rization (Paul Drake is tall and gangly in both; Della is the same cook, sweet womkan, and Mason is a just the facts ma'am. I am surprised he didn't can the client from day one; she continued to lie to him all the way through the book. ( )
  andyray | Jun 24, 2011 |
Mason is hired to stop a news story about an old beauty pageant. Later, he ends up defending the former contestant on murder charges
  RedQueen | Jul 31, 2007 |
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Ella Street, Perry Mason's confidential secretary, answered the telephone, talked briefly with the receptionist, then turned to Perry Mason.
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