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No Wind of Blame (1939)

Sparkling characterisation and inventive plots from one of the best known and beloved detective novelists of all time.

Tragedy befalls the Carter family following an eventful visit from a Russian prince and a scandalous blackmail letter. The murder of Wally Carter generates a bewildering mystery - how does one shoot a man crossing a narrow bridge without being near the murder weapon when it is fired? The superlatively analytical Inspector Hemingway reveals his unnerving talent for solving a fiendish problem.

Title: No Wind of Blame (1939)
Published: 1939
Genre: Mysteries

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