The Unknown Enemy: A Kate Marsh Mystery by Gret Lane

The Unknown Enemy: A Kate Marsh Mystery

byGret Lane

Kobo ebook | May 16, 2016

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"Need your help urgently. Trouble not mine. Straight stuff. Innocents in peril. Box 888. T. R." 

The message, left in an agony column and addressed to her old friend Min Ling, arouses all of Kate Marsh's curiosity. Contacting Min, Kate discovers that the author of the message, Tim Regan, is now dead - the victim of a hit and run incident. Shortly before he died, however, he revealed his extraordinary suspicions regarding his employers, the Strange family. The late William Strange made a will leaving his fortune jointly to his siblings in the event of his grandchildren dying before the eldest came of age. Two of the Strange grandchildren have recently met with fatal accidents - but Regan claimed to have found evidence that they were, in fact, murdered. 

In a bid to protect the remaining two grandchildren, Nora and David, and to solve the mystery of the deaths of the two already killed, Kate travels to the Strange family home in Wiltshire, as the guest of the late William Strange's widow. She is aided by her husband Tony, her close friend John Barrin (late of Scotland Yard) and his wife Jennie. But Kate and her friends will need all their wits if they are to discover the identity of the unknown enemy before he strikes again... 

Originally published in 1933, this is a classic British crime story from the golden age of detection.

Title:The Unknown Enemy: A Kate Marsh MysteryFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 16, 2016Publisher:Black Heath EditionsLanguage:English

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