Dead Man Twice by Christopher Bush

Boxer Michael France, “the idol of the British public, whether boxing or not,” has asked John Franklin to his home to discuss a series of threatening letters he has received. France is soon to fight for the title of heavy-weight champion of the world. Could someone be trying to stop him from fighting? Or is …

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The Perfect Murder Case by Christopher Bush

When on 7 October, 193- the first of the “Marius Letters” letters arrived at the offices of several London newspapers and Scotland Yard announcing “I am going to commit a murder…on the night of the 11th”, the inclination was to take it as a hoax. Subsequent letters arrive containing further information, each stoking speculation and …

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The Plumley Inheritance by Christopher Bush

Financier Henry Plumley has been acting erratically of late. Now, facing potential financial ruin and arrest, he makes a very public speech in which he alludes to hidden treasure, then sips from his glass and falls dead.  And so begins a hunt for treasure. With the end of WWI, Major Geoffrey Wrentham has been demobilized …

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