Poisoning and peril on Cyprus.
Poison pen letters lead to murder.
By Herbert AdamsFirst published: UK: Collins, 1935; US: Lippincott, 1935 Arthur Crosbie was not a popular member of the Barrington Golf Club. He had run for club captain, and attacked the incumbent as a ha'penny Hitler; Bill Broughley called him a cad, and refused to play bridge with him; and he was on bad terms … Continue reading The Body in the Bunker (Herbert Adams)
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