The Case is Closed

Mass Market Paperback | September 1, 1989

byPatricia Wentworth

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The Everton murder case has long been closed. The culprit has been charged with the murder of his uncle and has served a year of his sentence already. Or has he?



The evidence against Geoffrey Grey is convincing but his wife believes in his innocence. And so does her young cousin, Hilary, who decides to solve the mystery herself.



But when Hilary herself is nearly murdered she turns in desperation to her ex-fiance for help. He calls upon the services of Miss Silver to help solve another mystery, which she does in her own original style.

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The Everton murder case has long been closed. The culprit has been charged with the murder of his uncle and has served a year of his sentence already. Or has he?The evidence against Geoffrey Grey is convincing but his wife believes in his innocence. And so does her young cousin, Hilary, who decides to solve the mystery herself.But when...

Patricia Wentworth was born in India and after writing several romances turned her hand to crime. She wrote dozens of bestselling mysteries and was recognised as one of the mistresses of classic crime. She died in the late Sixties.

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Format:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 0.88 × 4.38 × 7 inPublished:September 1, 1989Publisher:Hodder

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0340200464

ISBN - 13:9780340200469

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Miss Silver has her place in detective fiction as surely as Lord Peter Wimsey or Hercule Poirot-Manchester Evening News