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Author Wells, Carolyn, 1862-1942.

Title A Chain of Evidence
Published Auckland : The Floating Press, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (260 pages)
Contents Title; Contents; I -- The Girl Across the Hall; II -- The Tragedy; III -- Janet Pembroke; IV -- Doctor Post''s Discovery; V -- Several Clues; VI -- The Inquest Begins; VII -- I Give Evidence; VIII -- An Awful Implication; IX -- George Lawrence; X -- Person or Persons Unknown; XI -- The Chained Door; XII -- Janet is Our Guest; XIII -- Janet is Mysterious; XIV -- Mrs. Altonstall; XV -- Who is J.S.?; XVI -- Leroy Arrives on the Scene; XVII -- Can Leroy Be Guilty?; XVIII -- The Rooms in Washington Square; XIX -- A Talk with Janet; XX -- The Initialed Handkerchief; XXI -- Fleming Stone; XXII -- A Call on Miss Waring
XXIII -- Lawrence''s StatementXXIV -- The Chain of Evidence
Summary Curl up with this classic locked room mystery from author Carolyn Wells. A man has been murdered in his Manhattan home, and only a few people had access to the residence. Unless lawyer Otis Landon and famed detective Fleming Stone can unravel the case, an innocent woman may be wrongly imprisoned for committing the crime
Notes Originally published in 1912
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Subject Bachelors -- New York (State) -- New York -- Fiction.
Brothers and sisters -- New York (State) -- New York -- Fiction.
New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Fiction.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 177653994X