The Hangman's Knot
by Arthur Gask
Publisher: The Courier-Mail 1935
Number of pages: 446
Gilbert Larose is again called from retirement to solve a mystery -- if anything, a mystery more baffling than those which have made his name in the past. Six murders in seven weeks and Scotland Yard is helpless. The crimes give no clue -- not even a similarity of method to connect them.
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