Excellent Intentions

£8.99

“From the point of view of the nation, it’s a good thing that he died.”

Great Barwick’s least popular man is murdered on a train. Twelve jurors sit in court. Four suspects are identified – but which of them is on trial?

Product details

This novel has all the makings of a classic murder mystery, but with a twist: as Attorney-General Anstruther Blayton leads the court through prosecution and defence, Inspector Fenby carries out his investigation. All this occurs while the identity of figure in the dock is kept tantalisingly out of reach.

Excellent Intentions is a classic crime novel laced with irreverent wit, first published in 1939.

Author(s)
Richard Hull
Publisher
British Library Publishing
Publication date
May 2018
Pages
240 pages
Dimensions
190 x 130 mm
Binding
Paperback

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