Tuesday, November 28, 2017

The March Hare Murders by E.X. Ferrars

The Murderer Shot Twice

The Case Was Too Simple
Afterwards it was easy to see how it had happened. Someone had fired through the open doorway. One shot had caught Mark Verinder between the eyes. The other had hit Deidre Masson and though she, too looked dead, she wasn't. And the testimony was clear enough, up to a point. Motive, time, the right gun. Everything seemingly was explained until Inspector Upjohn remembered the March Hare and the Mad Hatter, and that gave him the true solution.

Printing History
Written by Morna Doris McTaggart (1907-1995)

Collins Crime Club
September 1949 

Doubleday & Company
October 1949

Pocket Books
October and November 1950

1 comment:

  1. I have got to find a copy of this. I have read several of her books and I didn't know any of them had great covers like this.