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The Stowmarket Mystery book. The door was thrown open. A tall well-proportioned young man. The Stowmarket Mystery Or, a Legacy of Hate by Louis Tracy (1st published in England as A Fatal Legacy 1903) features Reginald Brett, barrister and hobby detective, working opposite (and then with) Inspector Winter. David Hume Now mark me, Winter. Just as the breed of the chicken is indelibly stamped on it in the eyes of a man skilled in chickens, so is the murder we are investigating marked by characteristics so plain that a child of ten, properly trained to use his eyes, might discern them.
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A mystery novel featuring Reginald Brett, Barrister Detective, an insightful, Sherlockian investigator. Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once).
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LibriVox recording of The Stowmarket Mystery, or, a Legacy of Hate by Louis Tracy. Read in English by Crln Yldz Ksr Another case for Reginald Brett, barrister and hobby detective: David Hume-Frazer is in some trouble. He was the prime suspect in the. He was the prime suspect in the murder case of his cousin, Alan. Though he was never convicted, suspicion clings to him, and he wishes his name to be cleared before he marries his fiancé, Helen Layton.
A classic mystery detective thriller by Louis Tracy. Finally, one of many quotes I saved from the book that thoroughly entertained me. Tracy at his acme of humor and excitement. Voles urged on the car by foot and finger. One night in New York, a member of high society on his way to a party is dragged into the Hudson River. After him pelted Petch, with set teeth and straining eyes. The magnificent car, superb in its energies, swept through the night like a fiery dragon of song and fable, but with a speed never attained by dragon yet, else there would be room on earth for nothing save dragons.
The Stowmarket Mystery. Or, A Legacy of Hate. ained that you had a vivid dream, in which you saw your cousin stabbed by a stranger whom you did not know, whose face even you never saw. Sir Alan was undoubtedly murdered.