The Poisoned Goblet
by Arthur Gask
Publisher: The Courier-Mail 1935
Number of pages: 280
Arthur Gask's detective Gilbert Larose has figured in a number of successful stories. In 'The Poisoned Goblet' Larose takes a hand to thwart the efforts of a gang of men who try to kidnap the child of Lady Ardave and immediately finds himself faced with one of the most puzzling and certainly one of the most hazardous cases of his career.
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