The Beachy Head Murder
by Arthur Gask
Publisher: Herbert Jenkins Ltd. 1941
Number of pages: 158
It tells the absorbing story of a crime perpetrated and atoned for, and of the later sequel in which the all but perfect murder was committed. Larose, however, was not deceived. Gifted with a profound insight into human nature and possessed of astonishing powers of observation, he identified the murderer and, in the dramatic climax, dispensed his own brand of justice.
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