Bell's attempt at a Eurocaper story, setting professional crooks against picturesque tourist destinations.
A Caribbean mystery.
Triangle at Rhodes: Three ghastly people go on holiday to Greece.
Drug smuggling in London's docklands.
By Josephine Bell First published: UK, Hodder & Stoughton, 1956 Another of Josephine Bell's competent, rather dull mysteries, aimed at an undemanding, middle-class, middle-aged, middle-brow, middle England readership. Prologue: Farmer George Cutfield and butcher Paisley watch young author Julian Farnham carry beautiful young Celia Wainwright into her house. When he's gone, they find her dead … Continue reading The Upfold Witch (Josephine Bell)