The Crime at the Noah’s Ark by Molly Thynne (1931)

Snow had been falling since the second week in December, yet Angus Stuart is determined that he will spend Christmas holiday at “the most expensive pleasure resort on the map of England.” Three hours later, having traveled less than fifty miles, he seeks refuge and finds himself marooned with an “mixed caravanserai” at the aptly …

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