Evidence of the Accused

Evidence of the Accused

Book - 2005
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"It soon became apparent that Linda hadn't just fallen through the banisters into the hall below - someone had killed her. Suspicion was bound to fall on two men, both friends of John Waring, the narrator. One of these was Mark, Linda's husband. This novel centres on the drastic and ingenious steps that the two main suspects, Mark and Stephen, take to sidetrack the law. It is only after the bizarre and exciting scenes in court have been concluded that the truth about Linda's death is revealed."--Inside jacket.
Publisher: Bath, Eng. : BBC Audiobooks, 2005, c1961
Branch Call Number: FICTION JEF
Characteristics: 192 p. ; 23 cm


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