The Glenlitten Murder
by E. Phillips Oppenheim
Publisher: The Chicago Tribune 1929
Number of pages: 309
Glenlitten Manor is the home of Andrew, Marquis Glenlitten, and his lovely, tiny, vivacious French wife, Felice. On the night of a (recurring) small game hunt, the somewhat unsavory Baron de Bresset is murdered, while Lady Felice's family heirloom diamond necklace is stolen...
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