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Cecil M. Wills
Back in 1936 a speedy motor vehicle was an accident waiting to happen, so it was a good time for British mystery writer Cecil M. Wills to come up with a corker of a tale involving a Keelerian will, a nasty feudal lord with a heavy accelerator foot, and plenty of marital discord. Luckily Detective-Inspector Geoffrey Boscobell is on the case and before long the poisonous machinations of a murderous fiend (or is it fiendess?) are exposed. Add this long-forgotten gem of detection to your rapidly-growing library of Ramble House reprints from the good ol' days of British crime. They just don't write 'em like this any more.
There's even a great mapback cover by Gavin O'Keefe.
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